One of the best parts of my day is the time I set aside to search through the comments and photos people share with us on social media. New angles, small details, and clever captions draw our attention to artworks and spaces as seen by you. Over time, some artworks become crowd favorites. It's easy to see why Karen LaMonte's Reclining Dress Impression with Drapery has captured the attention of so many visitors. Many marvel at the detailed folds in the cast glass; others note how the form of the piece perfectly mimics the shape of a woman. A few see the proximity of this sculpture to another, the 3D printed version of Hiram Powers' Greek Slave. Many cannot resist posing as the missing female form, adding an unintended interactive element.