My solution to gaining an appreciation for the arts in a community that lacks resources is stone art. During my trip to Honduras last summer, I witnessed firsthand the beauty of this stone art and how these art projects connected the community together. In Honduran communities where paint, crayons, and other art resources are scarce, this stone art is truly the only form of art many people are exposed to. This art idea could be implemented in stateside communities that lack the resources to purchase art supplies. Stones found anywhere around the community (in parks, on the ground) could be used to develop images or designs on walls or other flat surfaces. Stones can be dyed to add color to the pictures or naturally colored stones can be used. Either way, these stone art creations can be used as a means for people to express themselves and experience art when they otherwise might not have the chance to.