Why Lots of Lovely Art boxes?

Quality

We choose the very best art materials
and introduce new and
exciting art mediums for children
to experiment with.

Plentiful

There are more than enough materials in each box for
an artist! Some supplies may even
be used again and again, or shared – we want children
to have time to really learn how
to use new materials.

Convenient

Everything that the children need
(supplies, instructions) is delivered
through the letterbox!
No need to waste time scouring
for that elusive water-based ink!

Art Boxes for Kids

Each box contains artist-inspired projects, process-art ideas and a selection of quality materials to enable children to be independently creative at home.

Horrifying Halloween

£27

For a ‘Horrifying Halloween’ enjoy art projects at home experimenting with the colour BLACK! From the art of silhouettes, to spooky costumes; from pumpkin painting to exploring the role of the colour black in modern art.

Funny Feelings

£27

In this box we begin to dip our toes into the complex world of art and the emotions by first looking at Henri Matisse and how he used colour to create a great sense of joy! Then we turn to Edvard Munch, and at how portraits can help us to understand our inner world. Finally we look at Vincent van Gogh, at the techniques he used to evoke emotions in his paintings, and at how his own feelings are expressed in his work. 

Fabulous Form

£27

In this art box we explore different sculptural materials - from clay shapes inspired by Barbara Hepworth's natural abstract forms, to Calder's wire creations and fish floating in wire aquariums; from Godfrey DeWitt's packed and stacked conic and cylindrical steel circles, to clay hand bowls inspired by the master of form Rodin.

Funny Feelings Little Ones

£27

In this box we begin to dip our toes into the complex world of art and the emotions by first looking at Henri Matisse and how he used colour to create a great sense of joy! Then we turn to Edvard Munch, and at how portraits can help us to understand our inner world. Finally we look at Vincent van Gogh, at the techniques he used to evoke emotions in his paintings, and at how his own feelings are expressed in his work.

Fabulous Form Little Ones

£27

In this art box we explore different sculptural materials - from clay shapes inspired by Barbara Hepworth's natural abstract forms, to Calder's wire creations and fish floating in wire aquariums; from Godfrey DeWitt's packed and stacked conic and cylindrical steel circles, to clay hand bowls inspired by the master of form Rodin.

Playful Pattern Little Ones

£20

Most great artists use shape and pattern in their compositions. In this box, we look at three artists who have particularly enjoyed playing with the idea of repetition and pattern: M. C. Escher with his love of tessellations; Fahrelnissa Zeid and her large-scale abstract paintings; and Camille Walala with her huge bold street-art murals filled with bright colour!

Noble Nature

£27

Nature has been an inspiration for some of the greatest artists of all time. In this art box, we investigate flowers, especially looking at the art of Marimekkko and O'Keeffe; trees and forests through the work of Rousseau and Carr: and finally the power of water and the sea through inspiring artists like Turner and Hokusai.

Awesome Animals

£27

Animals, both real and imagined, have long been a favourite subject in art. Part of their beauty lies in their versatility as subjects: they are often used as symbols, but they can also be majestic creative muses in their own right. We look at creatures big and small, from wild animals with Franz Marc, Salvador Dali and Durer, to farm animals with Picasso and Tracey English, and finally at bugs and butterflies with Louise Bourgeois and Lois Ehlert.

Passionate People

£27

In this box, first we look at the fascination many artists have had for the human face, for example Picasso and Kahlo. Secondly, at the ways in which artists are influenced by the people that they live with, by the cultures and the traditions that surround them, for example in ancient Egypt and Asia. Finally, at how artists have been influenced by their relationships with other artists, for example the friendships between Warhol and Basquiat, and Frankenthaler and Hartigan.

"Creativity is contagious, pass it on" Albert Einstein

Subscribe for monthly art experiences

LoLA releases a limited number of boxes on new themes. A subscription guarantees that you will receive a box in the first week of each month.

3 months

£27 / every month

  • 3 art themes (one a month)
  • Inspiring artists
  • Lots of creative projects

12 months

£27 / every month

  • 12 art themes (one a month)
  • Inspiring artists
  • Lots of creative projects

Every-other-month

£27 / every 2 months

  • 6 art themes (one every other month)
  • Inspiring artists
  • Lots of creative projects

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