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Ephemeral Art

  • rock building

    Step 1

    With a grown-up, go to your backyard or a local park and collect objects found in nature, like stones, twigs, fallen leaves, or mud.

  • stone wheel

    Step 2

    Arrange all of the materials you collected into shapes, structures, or even by color.

  • rock pile

    Step 3

    Leave your art for the next person to enjoy! 

  • shark art

    Step 4

    Don't forget to take photos of your unique creations. Share them with your friends on social media!

You don't need paint, markers, crayons, or paper to make ephemeral art. You can use any materials right outside your front door!

Ephemeral art is temporary and special. It will only occur once in that space and time.

Submit your masterpiece to our virtual art gallery

We want to showcase your works of animal art or conservation creations here on our website. After your masterpiece is complete, snap a pic and submit it on our Kids' Art Gallery!

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