Stu Shows Lyla a portrait of himself and Lyla that he made out of blocks that features a heart above their heads


Four talented young creators from Georgia are being featured on the newest PBS KIDS show, "Lyla in the Loop"! Every episode kicks off with a burst of youthful energy, showcasing the colorful creations of kids ages nine and under. Inspired by the murals of Philadelphia, this bold art drops us into Lyla’s colorful world. Last summer, kids were invited to submit their artwork. Several kids turned up at the Dogwood Branch of the Fulton County Library System to put markers to paper. Their artistic masterpieces wowed the judges and earned them a well-deserved spot in the spotlight. See their artwork below along with the episodes in which their pieces are showcased.

Be sure to keep tuning into "Lyla in the Loop" to catch Lyla and Stu as they tackle challenges and to get a look at all the fun art from kids around the nation. Congratulations these budding Kahlos and Picassos! 

Kailee Gough's art is filled with colorful triangles, circles, squares, and squiggles.

Kailee Gough, Episode 21 "Lyla’s Lucky Strike"

Logan Murphy's art has purples, pinks, blues, and aquas in shapes upon shapes.

Logan Murphy, Episode 21 "Lyla’s Out of the Loop"

Jewel Rich's art features jagged shapes, squiggles, and scribbles in royal blue, magenta, and orange.

Jewel Rich, Episode 23 "Lyla Gets a Grip"

Kashi Green's art is like a colorful maze, swirling with layers of shapes and tangles.

Kashi Green, Episode 24 "The Artist Formerly Known as Liana"

Jewel Rich stands holding her art beside a "Lyla in the Loop" standee.

Jewel Rich stands holding her art beside a "Lyla in the Loop" standee.