Interpretations: Conversations is an international juried exhibition presented by Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles, October 21, 2017 through January 7, 2018. Visions Art Museum is a program of Quilt San Diego, a non-profit organization, established in 1985 to promote contemporary quilts and quilt artists. The jurors will select work that exemplifies innovation in quilting and surface design techniques as well as excellence in composition and craftsmanship. Cash awards will be presented at the Opening Reception, October 21, 2017. A full color publication will accompany the exhibition.
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Freeze Frame focuses on the figure with works that convey a range of emotions. Featured artists are Alice Beasley, Jennifer Day, Sherry Davis Kleinman, Lori Lupe Pelish, Susan Polansky and Joan Sowada. *Photo Credit: “No One But You” by Susan V. Polansky (detail)
Susan Else has created three-dimensional scenarios both whimsical and thought provoking in her solo exhibition, Topsy Turvy. *Photo Credit: “When Ponies Dream” by Susan Else
In Below Sacred Ground, Valerie C. White designed a series of felted and stitched paintings where roots act as metaphors for humanity – like people they are intertwined and connected. *Photo Credit: “There is Always HOPE” by Valerie C. White (detail)
Take Your Best Shot is an exhibition of small quilted textiles created by members of Visions Art Museum. The quilts in Take Your Best Shot measure 14 inches square. *Photo Credit: “My Best Shot” by Nelda McComb
Tools of the Trade is the title of this year’s challenge from Canyon Quilters of San Diego. The quilts in Tools of the Trade measure 14 inches square. *Photo credit: “Remembrance of the Past” by Rosie Caudillo
A visual presentation with UCSD scholar Boatema Boateng, PhD about Ghanaian textiles that include kente “prestige cloth,” adinkra funeral cloth, and the wax prints originally introduced by the Dutch from Indonesia and now regarded as “African” fabric. Dr. Boateng will describe the historical processes by which these became socially important Ghanaian textiles, and their uses in clothing and quilting in Ghana and the U.S.
A visual presentation with Susan Lazear, Professor of Fashion, Mesa College about how garments got their name.
Join Lisa Yoder for a 3-hour class that Lisa calls Beading 101. Lisa says, “I will teach you the basics of beading on fabric one bead at a time. I will show samples of my hand stitched and beaded art quilts so you can see how I incorporate beads into my fiber art. This class is for beginners who have patience, a love of hand work and good eye sight (with or without corrective lenses).” *Photo Credit: “Beaded Circles” by Lisa Yoder