ART GALLERY MEMBERSHIP
The ability to visit an art gallery as much as they want within one year. This will ensure that they can see all the works of art on display. A lot of the time the membership also includes a guest pass – who knows, they might even take you?
Socks are the staple of things found under the Christmas tree. Why not combine this with their love for art? This is a gift that will most definitely be used. Practical and fun for all ages.
BOOK ABOUT THEIR FAVOURITE ART MOVEMENT OR ARTIST
Whether it’s a coffee-table book or a thousand pages long in-depth research, they can enhance their knowledge on a topic they feel passionate about.
Let them unleash their artistic side. With a wide range on the market, you will surely find something to suit their taste.
Let’s be honest: art supplies, especially the good ones, tend to be expensive. Take the burden off them and get equipment that will help them stay creative.
TAKE THEM TO BUILD-A-BEAR
Their inner child will love you forever. Creative and fun in every possible way.
TICKETS TO SEE A PLAY
What is a better gift for a fine arts lover than one that combines different forms of art? The visual effects and costumes are usually the things people talk about after seeing a play.
TAKE THEM MUG PAINTING
An enjoyable day out that they will remember every time they have a cup of tea.
TAKE THEM ON AN ART TOUR OF THEIR FAVOURITE CITY (LEEDS, OBVIOUSLY)
This one will require more planning. However, it will enable you to spend more time together and maybe learn something new. Additionally, it can be adapted to match everyone’s taste.
ART WORKSHOP THEY ARE INTERESTED IN OR HAVE NEVER TRIED BEFORE
A great way to learn new skills and make wonderful memories.
They will no longer have to go to a specific gallery to see their most-liked piece of work. It will help to transfer their home into a museum of its own.
MAKE A PIECE OF ART FOR THEM
A nice, personal gift they can display in their room. It’s very unique as no-one else will have the same thing. It does not matter if you’re not artistic, it is the thought and effort that counts. Mostly suitable for Parents and Grandparents – remember when they would ‘aww’ with delight whenever you presented them with a drawing?
Image courtesy of the University of Chichester