Classic Collection

LoLA’s ‘Classic Collection’ are a selection of LoLA boxes from our best-selling themes, each packed full of projects and quality art supplies! The boxes are for children of all ages (4 years and above), and each project includes tips to tailor the experience for littler ones.

Lots of Love

£29

The types of love that we feel are almost as varied as the people who experience it, as is the art that explores the subject. From Greek mythology to Hindu motifs, cultures around the world have used a range of symbols to represent love in art. We look at a few in these art projects, creating hearts, hugs, embraces, kisses and dances inspired by real artists past and present.

Creative Colour

£29

In this box we look at colour in art and a few key styles and periods that resonate: Fauvism with its strong colours and fierce brushwork; Colour Field painting characterised by large areas of colour; and the achromatic colours Black and White - when an artist has ready access to every possible hue, the absence of colour can be all the more thought-provoking!

Awesome Animals

£29

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.

Noble Nature

£29

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.

Passionate People

£29

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.

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