Local author/artist Dana Sullivan hosts classes

June 15, 2015

By Staff

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NEW — 12:55 p.m. June 15, 2015

Newcastle News readers see local author/illustrator Dana Sullivan’s work featured monthly in a cartoon accompanying Pat Detmer’s column.

Now, you can learn from the man himself in two upcoming classes.

The first is a picture book illustration class offered June 23-July 28 at the Kirkland Arts Center. The six-week intensive boot camp that will leave you with a finished book dummy suitable for submission. Need not be an artist, just a willingness to work and stretch your imagination. Learn more here.

The second class is geared toward teens. Sullivan will take students step-by-step through the process of turning your original idea into a graphic novel. Drawing skills are not necessary, but imagination is a must, Sullivan said. 

The graphic novel class is offered July 13-17 at Bellevue College. Learn more here.

Sullivan is the author and illustrator of “Kay Kay’s Alphabet Safari” and “Ozzie and the Art Contest.” Learn more about his work here.

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