Relief Landscape Project by Charlene Lear

As part of the ACTÍVA Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest, art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project.  Visit Charlene on Instagram.  See other projects submitted in the Mystery Box Contest and VOTE for Charlene's project HERE (scroll to the end - voting ends May 8, 2017). 

Art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project as part of the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest.  See her lesson plan here!

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING A RELIEF LANDSCAPE

1.  I first sketched out the plan for my relief landscape. Art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project as part of the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest.  See her lesson plan here!

2.  I then covered the canvas board with a thin layer of CelluClay.

Art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project as part of the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest.  See her lesson plan here!

3.  Using more CelluClay, I sculpted rocks and a saguaro cactus in the foreground. I let it dry overnight.  

4.  I coated the entire surface with white acrylic paint and let it dry.

5.  Next, I used Activ Clay to form the plants and mountains, which also was dried overnight.

Art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project as part of the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest.  See her lesson plan here!

6.  I then used acrylic paint to paint everything.

Art teacher Charlene Lear submitted this Relief Landscape project as part of the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest.  See her lesson plan here!

7.  Last, I glued down some Scenic Sand with Mod Podge.  

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