The chart above shows the percentage of the different mediums of the art pieces in Charles and Emma Frye’s private art collection that now makes up The Frye Art Museum. I choose to represent this information that I collected by way of a pie chart of which I made 3D and broke up for an easier visual of the data. I was able to gather the type of medium of each work in the private collection and use a tally system to calculate the number of all mediums and then compute those figures into percentages. It fascinated me to find how much a difference there was between the highest number medium in the collection, Oil, and the lowest numbers, wood engraving and pencil. With oil paintings being 46% of the entire collection, this research shows that the couple favored oil pieces over other mediums. When we put side by side this percentage in relation the percentages of the other mediums, we can see that there is no comparison; no other medium comes close to the number of oil paintings in this collection. Based on these numbers, we see that mediums such as pencil, pigment, wood engraving, and pastel, are barely existent in the Frye’s collection. This chart also shows a category of Other in which mediums that only contained a few pieces in the collection were added into. What surprised me in this research was the lack of sculptures of any sort. This tells us that Emma and Charles were solely into paintings and drawings. While this chart shows popularity in the original collection being more conventional paintings with such mediums as oil, this is not necessarily the case in the museums traveling exhibits. Although the museum does stick close to its more traditional roots, the exhibits brought in tend to be more unconventional means of art.