An interesting exhibit, that I felt I could have only appreciated being there with it, was Geographies, by Celeste Roberge in 1986. The medium of the artwork was very unique in being made of stone and metal in the shapes of eggs, something I have never ever before seen in a museum of art. This abstract art communicated the symbol of birth to me, ostensibly from the egg, but also related a feel of the creation of the earth, with the stony medium resembling the stone of the earth. I was somewhat perplexed at first by the dullness and commonness of the rock and metal, but the metaphor soon made me feel more mystified as I began to see images of the earth in its formation along with the planets and the universe itself. I don't think I would have felt the same way just looking at a picture of it, as the unique medium and shape was something one could only fully experience firsthand.