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Sustainable Sculpture with Jacqueline Tull

Sustainable Sculpture with Jacqueline Tull

SKU: 2024 Spring Tull Sustainable Sculpture

Sustainable Sculpture

All Levels

Instructor:  Jacqueline Yvonne Tull

Friday & Saturday,  10am-2pm  May 24 & 25

4 hours each day, In-person / Room 3A 



In this workshop, participants will collaborate with nature to make art by combining found materials with found wood. Participants will learn a variety of hands-on techniques, including the use of hardware for functional and decorative elements, cutting and carving wood, color application, and adhesive types and benefits. Students will take inspiration from the existing composition of the wood to guide the elements they incorporate to make a finished work of art.


Please bring the following materials with you: 

Gel Matt Medium

5-minute epoxy 

20 gauge stainless steel wire

20 gauge brass wire

Dust masks

water-based paint brushes


WSS will provide: 

½ lbs jewelry hammers

Nail Center Punch Sets

Nickel Plated wire nails

Assorted Brass Wire Nails

Fabric stiffener

Paper palette

Jewelry Making Pliers

Aluminum foil

Saran wrap


Jacqueline will provide:

Wood pieces


Safety glasses

Acrylic paints

Water containers

Found materials (paper, beads, fabric, etc.)

Extension cords


About your instructor:

Jacqueline Yvonne Tull is a mixed-media, Baltimore-based artist. She is the Interdisciplinary Sculpture Studio Manager and Metal Fabrication Instructor for the Maryland Institute College of Art, and a member of Automat Collective, an artist-run gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jacqueline grew up in Greenbelt, Maryland, and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in Lancaster, Pennsylvania while spending summers studying plein-air painting and figure drawing at the Mount Gretna School of Art in Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania, and the Rome Art Program in Rome, Italy. She completed her Master of Fine Art degree at the University of Delaware, where she specialized in Sculpture and Material Culture studies. She has taught sculpture and other fine art courses at multiple universities in the Philadelphia region and has exhibited works in the Mid-Atlantic region, New York, and Berlin, Germany.

If you are unsure if a class is right for you, please read our Pathway To Sucess: A Guide or have a conversation with a Faculty member or our Head of Faculty before the first week of the term comes to an end. Once the second week of classes starts, no refunds will be offered.


Please find our full refund policy linked here.


For Workshops, Artist Demos, and Short Classes (classes less than 10 weeks in duration) - only withdrawals more than 14 days before the first day of class – 100% tuition refund*


A $25 administrative fee is applied to all refunds.


*If we can fill your spot, we will fully refund your tuition, less the administrative fee.

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