Eco Printing Jacqueline Sullivan
Printing is all the rage! As seen in several of the art periodicals, Eco printing is leaf printing on either cloth or
paper. This class will focus on the art of printing on paper with fabric printing optional. Both utilize an assortment of
leaves and similar techniques. Use the variety of paper choices you bring with you [see supply list] large or small,
and assorted leaves and mordants (provided) you will create the prints. Learn how to best prepare for printing and what items
may be added to the cooking process (think dye bath) to create various effects. Cooking will take place in a communal roaster
to create the unique, magical prints. On the second day, we will keep the roasters going, as we use the printed papers
from day one to create interactive and collaged artists book. (Flaps, folds, openings, etc.) Tues Sept 18 & Wed Sept 19, 10 - 4:30
Supply list coming soon...
|Forged Metal Book Cover
Foraged Metal Journal Jacqueline Sullivan
This great artist's book looks like it is forged from a piece of old steel, but in reality it is created using a
fairly simple texturing technique done with metal tape, textural elements and acrylic paint. This technique could be applied
to many book forms, but in this class we will concentrate on the Japanese Stab binding book form. Students will create "content"
for their books with various media, including calligraphic marks, sumi ink and watercolor. This class is appropriate for beginner and intermediate book binders. Students will receive a set of instructive handouts with color photos for the various techniques that are covered
in this workshop. Thurs. Sept 20, 10 - 4:30 $160/$15 materials
|forged journal samples
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Jacqueline Sullivan - has been a mixed media artist since first introduced
to collage in a high school art class. Jacqueline has a degree in graphic design and worked for many years as an advertising
and publication designer. She also has studied Calligraphy and Lettering Arts with many world-reknowned instructors, including
Sheila Waters, Jenny Groat and Reggie Exell. Jacqueline's work has been shown in galleries and the top juried art fairs nationwide.
She has been on the faculty of several International Calligraphy Conferences. In her classes, Jacqueline emphasizes experimentation. Jacqueline loves teaching and inspiring creativity in others.
She has taught at many Art Centers and Colleges in her home state of Michigan and teaches workshops for Art and Calligraphy
Guilds and the top Art Retreats throughout the U.S. and Canada. In her mission to provide her students with lasting information,
Jacqueline provides them with extensive documentation in the form of well-designed hand outs. Many of these handouts are coil
bound into a book with either color photos or tipped in samples.
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