Jacqueline Yvonne Tull is a Baltimore-based artist investigating the connection between people and the objects they collect and cherish.

She is the Interdisciplinary Sculpture Studio Manager for the Maryland Institute College of Art and a member of Automat Collective, an all-volunteer, artist-run gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that showcases emerging artists within its exhibitions, and provides residencies, programming space for local community organizations, and resources for individuals within the arts. 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.