Three Dimensional Under the Sea Painting by Amanda Fleischbein
As part of the ACTÍVA Products 2018 Art Teacher Mystery Box Contest, art teacher Amanda Fleischbein created this Three Dimensional Under the Sea Painting lesson plan.
About The Art Teacher
"My name is Amanda Fleischbein and I am the (very) proud art teacher at the Academy Prep Center of Tampa. As a Title 1 middle school teacher, I'm always looking for projects and products that will inspire and empower my students. When I'm not working on new projects for my students, my husband and I love to travel. We've been to 6 countries and 10 states in the last 6 years together!"
Big Ideas of Lesson
- ACTÍVA Products Rigid Wrap
- ACTÍVA Products InstaMold
- ACTÍVA Products PermaStone
- Canvas or Cardboard Background
- Gyotaku Rubber Fish
- Container for Mold
- Bowl of Water (for Rigid Wrap)
- Acrylic Paint and Brushes
How to Make a Three-Dimensional Under the Sea Painting
2. Paint the canvas/cardboard background using cool colors.
5. Before the Rigid Wrap completely dries, place your fish. I wanted it to feel as though my crazy fish could have been swimming through the seaweed, so I lifted a bit up to allow for some overlapping.