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)
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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
Award-winning quilter and architect Bob Leathers has traveled the world collecting fabric. When not traveling and designing community projects, Bob found time to design the Visions Art Museum at Liberty Station.
Funny Bone, David Charity, Jamie Fingal, Nancy Lemke, Pam RuBert, Kathy Weaver
Nida Powers, Kathy Nida
Women of Mystery, Charlotte Bird
Masquerade, Visions Member Challenge
Visions Art Museum Annual Sale on the museum’s Veranda. We have hundreds of yards of donated fabric for quilting, crafting, dress-making and home decor at our biggest sale of the year, the Visions SALE ON THE VERANDA. All proceeds benefit the museum’s exhibition program.
This workshop is for fiber artists passionate about the natural world. Melody teaches the myriad strategies and techniques she employs in her landscape quilts. Students learn to see the art of the land: light, color, line, shape, texture, and movement.