Q: I am considering this box for my 11-year old granddaughter. She is a very accomplished sketcher. Should I get the regular Gogh box or the one for kids?Asked by Lori B., October 2020
Hi Lori! The age of 11 is within the range that we consider to be in that transition point between our kids kits and standard kits. What you might consider is getting the standard subscription. The kids kits use the same canvas and basic colors that are shipped with the standard kits, so if she decides one of the projects in the standard kit is intimidating she can opt to paint a kids painting instead. The difference between what is included is the standard kits sometimes include additional colors, or projects on different painting surfaces like birch panels. The standard kits also include printed instructions which kids kits do not.
I hope that helps!
The artists do a great job at walking you through each painting. I love how different their styles are from one another. It reminds me that we all create art differently and not to be too hard on myself.
I’m very happy with this subscription!
Take a walk on the whimsical side with Jenny and paint these adorable woodland ornaments! Schilly is up early to catch this Mountain Sunrise! Crate includes Canvas, Wood Rounds, and paint needed (1st time subscribers receive brushes and a 3 month supply of paint which is replenished quarterly)
Take a stroll down the "Old Birch Road" with Schilly, and get in the mood for some spookiness with Jenny and her whimsical "Hallow's Eve" painting
Jenny's Winter Wooden Ornaments start setting the stage for winter, meanwhile Schilly leads you a little farther down the path towards winter with November Hike. Crate includes Canvas, Wood Rounds, and paint needed (1st time subscribers receive brushes and a 3 month supply of paint which is replenished quarterly)
Fore December we are featuring a Snowman enjoying the weather painted on a Birch Panel, and a dynamic contrast landscape on canvas!
Who isn't ready for a New Year? Jenny Kicks of January with some beautiful Moonlit Peonies, and Paul rounds it out with New Year Rising!
Both of March's paintings are on 12" x 12" canvas. Jenny created "Blue Hydrangeas" and Paul was inspired by St Patrick's Day with his "Irish Ruins" painting. Order your subscription then tune in for our online Tutorials for each of these paintings!
For April we will be painting a fun flowing Jellyfish and an old Bonsai Tree on an Island. We do have a special green color for everyone, while our 3 month supply Core Colors will be going out to 1st time subscribers and our regular every 3rd month rotation people! First time subscribers also receive a set of 4 brushes, the same that were used to create these original paintings.
Jenny goes deep with the Kraken. Them Paul will wrap up the box with a trip to California for Yosemite Nights,