Museums provide opportunities for visitors around the world to be inspired by art. Think about a time when you were truly moved while viewing a piece of artwork. Was it a painting or sculpture you planned a trip to see or stumbled upon by chance? In this series of paintings entitled “Museum Goers,” artist Ruby Silvious documents the ways which viewers engage with artwork on display in the exhibition Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible which was on display at The Met Breuer in New York City from March to September 2016. Within her works, painted on tea bags, we see visitors standing in front of world-famous paintings by artists like Norman Rockwell, Andy Warhol, George Seurat, and more. These visitors are depicted engaging with the artwork by taking pictures, pointing out details, and discussing the images with others nearby. During your visit to the Albany Institute, we’d love for you to share what artwork in our galleries inspired you the most.