'Nature is still complete and inexhaustible in her most remote refuges, her magic still real. At any time, meaning any season, in all weathers, in things great and small. Always. Potential Utopias are under every stone, on every leaf and behind every tree, in the clouds and in the wind. Pitting poetry against the inhuman river of time.
1) Lets start out with some inpiration. Spend a few minutes checking out the work of Andy Goldsworthy and Nils-Udo. While you're doing this, try to imagine how you might incorporate elements of their art into your own.
2) Head out for a hike. While out, create a public work of art with items you've gathered along the trail.
Note: Keep in mind! Before you do anything, make sure to think about the effects your actions will have on the surrounding area. We suggest keeping your art small scale, and not moving items too far from their original resting places.
3) Take a photograph of your natural art and share it on Instagram or Twitter with the tags #QuestScouts and #NaturalArt.
Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account with the tag #QuestScouts your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to view and interact with.