'Snowed In' is an exhibition that captures the landscape and climate of snow. This exhibition explores different types of artworks showing aspects of snow such as paintings and sculptures. The artworks in this exhibition draw attention to the black and white side to snow, but some artworks also use bits and pieces of colour. This depicts the realistic side to snow and how it affects modern life today. The relationship between each artwork is that they all have similar colours and represent the same location. Also, all the artworks show different variations of snow, yet still manage to show the concepts of snow, which include the cold, the wet but also the beauty and harshness. Majority of the artworks have used mountains and trees covered in snow, as examples, to represent the landscaping of where snow usually falls and how cold snow can actually be. Some of the artworks show how snow can make a basic, plain object that may look like it has passed its time, look magical and majestic. The beauty of snow is portrayed in this exhibition, as is the roughness of snow and how it can affect a community. Natural disasters such as snow storms and avalanches are some of the ways snow can be displayed as a harsh environment. This exhibit shows all sides of snow and throughout the display, you can see the difference between the advantages and the disadvantages of snow. The artworks in the exhibition start off with lots of black and small amounts of white and colour. As the exhibit continues though, the artworks signify a colder environment, using mainly white to create the image.