Archive for February, 2013


2 new workshops added to Jacqueline’s 2013 teaching calendar !

Posted by: Jacqueline Sullivan on February 13th, 2013

I am happy to announce that I have added the following workshop dates to my 2013 calendar…….

March 10 – Totally Transfers – an all day workshop to be held in Pontiac Michigan on image transfer techniques. This is a repeat of the Feb 16 Totally Transfer workshop that I have scheduled because there was SO MUCH INTEREST in the topic ….. thank you !!! The workshop is $55 – will be held at the Goldner Walsh Nursery. Registration, workshop details and location information can be found on the workshop invitation card @  http://eepurl.com/vg0B5

May 4 & 5 – Crafting Metallic Elements for Collage & Mixed Media – a 2 day workshop at the lovely art retreat of Whispering Woodlands in Verona Wisconsin ~ a short distance from Madison. This is a brand new workshop for me incorporating many techniques using metal pieces, foils. leaf, paints and etching materials. Registration and workshop details @  http://www.whispering-woodlands.com/



Totally Transfers ~ 2nd workshop added – March 10, 2013

Posted by: Jacqueline Sullivan on February 13th, 2013

Jacqueline is pleased to announce that she is able to offer a 2nd date to her unexpectedly popular TOTALLY TRANSFERS workshop in Pontiac Michigan on Sunday March 10, 2013.  TOTALLY TRANSFERS  will again be offered at the Goldner Walsh Nursery in Pontiac. The registration fee is $55 payable by check or PayPal and includes all your materials.

For additional information on the workshop,  location directions and how to register please see the workshop invitation card @ http://eepurl.com/vg0B5

You may also contact us by email to reserve your space in the workshop at jacquelinesullivandesigns@gmail.com

Happy creating !

Chris Wachsmuth for Jacqueline Sullivan

Jacqueline Sullivan is a teacher and mixed-media artist, with experience in graphic design, advertising and publications.

“I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.”

— Mark Rothko