Docent led Art Tour. Tickets $25 per person. All proceeds donated to Sawyer Park. Walk lasts roughly 3 hours on wooded trails over some uneven terrain. Andy Goldsworthy is a sculptor, photographer and environmentalist who produces site-specific sculptures and land art in natural and urban settings. The materials used in Andy Goldsworthy’s art includes mud, pinecones, snow, stone, leaves, twigs and water. On this tour, a docent will take you on an exploration of four Goldsworthy pieces - including one brand new piece, as well as another that is part of a private collection rarely available for public viewing. • Watershed Boulder, a monumental installation that evolves with the rain, ice and snow. • Boulder House, constructed in-situ around an enormous glacial boulder. • Passage, a powerful and experiential piece featured in the Andy Goldsworthy documentary Leaning Into The Wind. • NEW: Five Ten, an impactful native stone building built around a recently discovered rusty Datsun that tells a story through unique features in its wheel, and bullet holes throughout the chassis. All proceeds from this event are donated to support Kensington's Sawyer Park, a 35-acre public community park that provides a safe and beautiful place for families from across the region to gather outside.