Jacqueline Sullivan has been a mixed media, acrylic and calligraphic artist since first being
introduced to these media in high school art classes. She has a degree in graphic design and
worked for many years as a publication, marketing and advertising designer. Personal artistic
development is intrinsic to her practice.
Jacqueline’s mixed media, calligraphic and acrylic work has been shown in galleries and top
juried art fairs nationwide. She pursues an element of adventure and discovery in her art seeking
the truly unique. She experiments with texture, layers, paint and materials.
In addition to her studio practice, Jacqueline has been a teaching artist for 30 years. She loves
teaching and inspiring creativity. Jacqueline has presented many classes for guilds, art centers and
colleges. She has taught multiple discipline workshops for top art retreats as well as Art and
Calligraphy Guilds in the US and Canada. She has also served as faculty for several International
Jacqueline was selected in 2013, as one of only 18 US professional artists, to become certified as a GOLDEN Artist Educator at a national training program hosted by GOLDEN in New Orleans.
Since September 2012 the Artist Network University has regularly offered Jacqueline’s on-line art workshop ~ Discovering the Magic of Acrylics ~ a four week course presented to the international art community. In her mission to provide students with lasting information, Jacqueline has developed extensive course documentation in the form of well-designed hand outs and course materials for all workshops and classes.
Jacqueline has published technique articles in Somerset Studio, Cloth Paper Scissors, Pages, and Astarte’s Mega-Zine. She has been profiled in many Calligraphic Journals and most recently was honored as the cover artist interviewed in the Winter 2012 issue of Alphabet. Jacqueline has a best-selling DVD – Acrylics: Textures, Layers, and Metallics - published by Creative Catalyst Productions and has produced a series of three video art workshops on her most requested studio techniques.