If you’re a person who misses seeing snow in the Winter, you are in luck. The Cleveland Museum of Art has a genuine snowman on display.
On loan to the museum, Snowman is locked away in a six-and-a-half-foot-tall vitrine, with a long extension cord plugged into the wall. The encased snowman is not actually made of snow but is instead a frost-coated copper sculpture filled with water. The box is kept quite humid, and within a few days, condensed water collects on the surface of the statue and freezes, transforming the work into a wintery figure.