Under the Sea Sculpture by Susan Bivona

As part of the ACTÍVA Products Art Teacher Mystery Box contest, art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this Under the Sea Sculpture project.  Visit Susan's art class profile here.  See other projects submitted in the Mystery Box Contest and VOTE for Susan's project HERE (scroll to the end - voting ends May 8, 2017).

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

SUPPLIES NEEDED

INSTRUCTIONS

1.  To begin you will need a plastic bowl as the form for the base.  Cover with plastic wrap, so you can remove the bowl after it has been covered with ACTÍVA Rigid Wrap.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

2.  Cover plastic bowl with 2 layers of ACTÍVA Rigid Wrap,

3.  Allow to dry overnight, then remove the bowl.  Turn the bowl form over - it will be the base for you ocean.

4.  Use ACTÍVA CelluClay to create the ocean details onto of the base – seaweed, starfish, coral, shells, etc.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

5.  Use the ACTÍVA Activ Clay to create the fish and the seaweed that will hold your fish on the base.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

6.  Attach the ACTÍVA Activ Clay.

7.  Paint the entire sculpture with tempera paint.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

8.  Use Elmer’s glue to draw some glue lines in the ocean or on the sand, sprinkle with ACTÍVA Scenic Sand.

9.  Allow to dry! Now, enjoy your AWESOME Under the Sea Sculpture.

Art teacher Susan Bivona submitted this dynamic Under the Sea Sculpture lesson plan in the <em>ACTÍVA</em> Mystery Box Contest.  Click through for the full lesson plan.

 

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