This exhibition celebrates the seasons through the eyes of various artists throughout the ages. No matter how long humans have been around, and how far stretched over the earth humans may be, we have all witnessed the passage of time. We all must pay homage to the turning of the earth, to the seasons. This gallery contains artwork from many different centuries and many different cultures to reflect just that. The one thing all humans have in common is time and nature. The gallery contains colorful works and works that are more monotone. It contains statues and paintings. The gallery contains very vibrant modern art and very somber art from past centuries. In each piece, no matter what century or color scheme, mankind's love for the seasons of Earth is reflected in the eyes of the artist and translated with perfect clarity to the viewer. The two focus pieces in the gallery are very different pieces. The first piece, Four Seasons in One Head by Goiseppe Arcimboldo represents a melding of the seasons into one personification. Each of the seasons is represented in some form on the character, but each is blended together to form a single harmonious being. It represents how the seasons blend together on the Earth to make a single harmonious planet, that balances itself perfectly. The second focus piece is just the opposite. Balthasar Permoser took the four seasons and separated each of them into completely different personifications. He even assigned the seasons different sexes. Each season is given not only masculine and feminine traits, but is assigned a personality based on the god portraying the season.