Text image - Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles


Current Exhibition

August 1—September 21, 201430 Quilts for 30 Years

Current Exhibition

August 1—September 21, 2014Hanging Garden of California - Arline Fisch: A solo invitational of jewelry and floating forms

Current Exhibition

August 1—September 21, 2014Tracings - Deidre Adams: A solo invitational

Champagne truffles by Chi Chocolat

September 13, 2014Sip, Savor & Stroll for the Love of Art & Chocolate

Sip, Savor & Stroll: for the Love of Art & Chocolate is the museum's major fundraising event of the year on September 13th from 5-7 p.m.

Highlights of this chocolate themed party are chocolate tasting with chocolatier Jesse Brown, owner of Chi Chocolat, wine and appetizers and the sultry sounds of Peggy Caballero on guitar. [more]

September 21, 2014Visions Art Museum Annual Members' Meeting

1:00 p.m.

Out the In Door by Karen Schulz

October 3, 2014—January 4, 2015Quilt Visions 2014: The Sky's the Limit

Quilt Visions Biennial 2014: The Sky's the Limit is the 13th international juried exhibition produced by the Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles (VAM).  The exhibition will be presented at Visions Art Museum in San Diego, California. The jurors will select work that exemplifies innovation in quilting and surface design techniques as well as excellence in composition and craftsmanship.  A full color exhibition catalog will be published. [more]

October 3, 2014—January 5, 2015Weather Forecast Challenges - by Visions Members

Deadline for receipt of entries 9/15/2014

The dimensions for the Weather Forecast challenge are 10" h x 14" w. There are no restrictions on the types of fabric or embellishments. Weather Forecast quilts must be received at Visions Art Museum no later than September 15th to be included in the Weather Forecast Challenge Exhibition. To view the prospectus, click here

Summer Walk by Elizabeth Busch

October 13—October 17, 2014The Painted Quilt: Creating Small Works, 5-day workshop - Elizabeth Busch, Instructor

Using ProChem's textile paints and student's already painted or dyed fabric combined with commercial fabric, you will create two to three quilt tops about 24 x 24 inches. Elizabeth will share how she gets inspiration from within and how one piece feeds the next in a series. The focus will be on scale and impact, design composition and use of color. You will paint half the time and sew half the time. There will be plenty of opportunities for individual instruction. [more]