Skull Reliquary (Pencil in Moleskine, 3x6").
It can be easy for me to fall into a groove when visiting a museum where I gravitate towards artwork in my visual wheelhouse (i.e. strong draftsmanship, representational, etc), while briskly bypassing others. It's not something I'm proud of, because a lot can be gleaned from art outside of my artistic Venn diagram. As a result, I have a new edict where I try to spend time in front of pieces and genres I would normally ignore. I was rewarded by my new-found effort when I encountered this Papua New Guinea skull reliquary sculpture in the Oceanic art section of San Francisco's De Young Museum. It was an amazing piece.