Always something new that catches my eye for the first time. In a special exhibition of prints from the San Francisco Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915: James McNeill Whistler's Weary. Whistler was an extraordinary printmaker.
And in the permanent collection, Elmer Bischoff's Yellow Lampshade (1969). I suppose I've seen it many times, but never really looked at it. A large, beautiful composition that invites you to tell the story.