Multi-Media Workshop - Landscape Relief

  • 23 Mar 2024
  • 9:30 AM
  • 30 Mar 2024
  • 3:30 PM
  • 113 Birchtree Lane - 53226 Range Road 261 - Spruce Grove AB T7Y1A3
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Time: Two Saturdays: March 23rd and March 30th
9:30AM - 3:30PM

Instructor: Elaine Mulder

Location: Elaine's Studio

113 Birchtree Lane   53226 Range Road 261

Spruce Grove AB T7Y1A3 

Registration Fee:

Members: $110
Non-Members: $125


Supply List to be provided by registrants

Some additional supplies will be supplied by Elaine for $25, which is payable directly to her at the workshop via cash, cheque, or e-transfer.


Saturdays March 23 & 30 ‐ Multi‐Media Landscape Relief‐ 9:30‐3:30 @ Elaine's Studio

Come try your hand in using different mediums and start creating 3D and highly textured artworks.  Learn how to incorporate materials you find around you in your creations.  Workshop will focus on: 

1) Studying the depth of field and how to create depth of field in Art Reliefs.

2) Creating 2-3 different emulsions - experimenting and learning how to work with them

3) Forming 3D textures and shapes using different homemade emulsions and different tools.

4) Embellishing creations with additional scraps and objects that add interest to the artwork.  

5) How to paint 3D Reliefs for objects to appear 3 dimensional and in the correct depth of field.

Art supplies will be provided to you for an additional $25, payable to Elaine Mulder at the workshop, which would include items such as 11x16 wood panel, egg carton mulch, baking soda, white glue, specialty glues, multicolors of Gesso, wires, gels etc, (and even garbage if desired). 

Participants will be responsible for providing tools, containers, scissors, snips, and an old t-shirt.  Limited amounts of acrylic paint will also be needed however, the focus of this workshop is not the painting but rather the art of creating and sculpting. A full List of required simple household tools and supplies will be needed as per attached.

Direct enquiries to organizer Teresa Graham at

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