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From the greatest painters of yesteryears to some of today’s most promising talent, nature has undeniably proven itself to be one of the most treasured of muses known to man. As art has evolved, so has the relationship between artists and the natural world. 

The connection between Art and Nature has existed since early humans scratched their first tableaus on cave walls, and has been an important part of the history of art. For the wildlife artist, the kinship with Nature is much more than just having a subject to paint, it’s a lifelong relationship.

Tips for Carrying and Handling Paintings

  1. Handle a single nature art at a time. Carrying stacks of small sized art pieces should not be done, as it could get scratched from the weight. Bigger paintings should be handled by two or more people.
  2. Wash your hands before handling. Consider washing your hands clean before you handle art pieces to save the painting from fingerprints.
  3. Never ever try to lift a painting from the top, but hold it with a hand at each side, being cautious not to touch the painted surface.

Anything at hand would do. How immediate it is the key factor that determines it. If you want to start now, there is no stopping. For instance, if you are located in the office you can make use of paper from the printer and a pen or pencil. If all you are having at hand is your cell phone or tablet you can download a user-friendly free application and play around with them. If you are in a natural environment make use whatever you can catch, like rocks, clay, charcoal, a wall. 

Active assessment of natural materials enhances human appreciation of the natural beauty in our world and develop their respect for the environment. It nurtures concepts of sustainability, waste and defies consumerism. It instills in us the thought that art is not just able to be made on procured paper and goods but art can be made anytime with anything. It can be done everywhere where there is nature, each environment offering itself to new discoveries, whether it is the sand, pebbles, stone and shells by the beach or the leaves, petals and sticks in your backyard.