Amazing Animals, Portrait Party & Creative Colour Art Cards for ages 6+

Lots of Lovely Art projects introduce artists and provide clear instructions for creative projects. The pack includes 9 art projects in total – divided into 3 themes: Amazing Animals, Portrait Party and Creative Colour. Each theme introduces 3 artists and includes creative tips to explore materials. A perfect way to support art education for children when you have art supplies at home.

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Lots of Lovely Art Cards

Each of the nine art cards in this set introduces children to an artist. The artists are grouped into three themes:
AMAZING ANIMALS: Franz Marc, Salvador Dali and Charley Harper
PORTRAIT PARTY: Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani
CREATIVE COLOUR: Yayoi Kusama, Keith Haring and Helen Frankenthaler

What is included?

9 art projects tailored for ages 6+
9 leaflets introducing 9 different artists
3 leaflets which each describe an art theme

Will I need special materials?

This is a comprehensive list – you may choose not to use all of them:

Water-colour paints
Oil pastels
Pencil
Black Sharpie
Paintbrush
Q-tip
PVA glue
Coloured papers
Water-colour paper
White paper
Canvas
Sticky glitter paper
Beads
Fabric flowers
Pom-poms
Craft gems
Craft wire

Tell me more about the art themes

AMAZING ANIMALS
Animals have long been a favourite subject in art, both the real and imagined variety. We look at three artists (Franz Marc, Salvador Dali and Charley Harper) and at how they depicted different animals, from horses to birds, in their own distinctive styles.


PORTRAIT PARTY
We take inspiration from some of the masters of portrait painting: Frida Kahlo and her distinctive eyebrows; Amadeo Modigliani and his elongated faces; and Pablo Picasso with his Cubist portraits. Each of the artists shows us several different styles and different materials that can be used to create a face.


CREATIVE COLOUR
There are three useful theories about colour in art – the theory of the colour-wheel, of colour harmony, and of how colours are used. To illustrate, we look at Keith Haring’s bright dancing figures, at pouring paint with Helen Frankenthaler, and at a dot delirium with Kusama!

What age is it aimed at?

The LoLA art projects are tailored for ages 6-13.
Look at LoLA for Little Ones for ages 3+.