April 16 – July 3, 2016

Recurring Dream, Gay Lasher

San Diego Artists: Kathleen McCabe, Gillian Moss, Kathy Piper, Mary Tabar

April 16—July 3, 2016

Geometric: Visions Member Challenge

Visions Challenges are a great way to have your work on exhibit and also for sale.

April 16 – July 3, 2016

The Jury is In

Seven artists from seven states bring their latest work to Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles for The Jury Is In, April 16 through July 3, 2016. The Jury Is In features award-winning artists who have juried the prestigious Quilt Visions biennial in past years. Quilt Visions is an international, juried exhibition of contemporary art quilts. Beginning in 1987, Quilt Visions has exhibited the most accomplished quilt artists in the world.

April 16—July 3, 2016

Stitch Stories, Cas Holmes

Cas Holmes draws on her relationship with nature and the links with family history to tell stories with textiles. She incorporates found materials and bits of fallen flora she finds while walking through her adopted County, Kent.

January 16 – April 3, 2016

Earth, Wind, Fire & Water

Visions Challenges are a great way to have your work on exhibit and also for sale.

January 16—April 3, 2016

Riot of Color: Divining Treasure, Darcy Falk

Riot of Color: Divining Treasure introduces Darcy Falk’s Schematics series of vibrant collages reflecting her childhood fascination with machines beginning with old cars at her grandfather’s auto repair shop. More recently, she began to collect mechanical drawings starting with an original patent drawing for an antique American Beauty iron purchased at a thrift store. That was followed by schematics for toasters and other household appliances, along with instruction manuals for vintage cars and farm equipment.

January 16—April 3, 2016

Modern Simplicity, Kathleen Probst

Modern Simplicity reflects Kathleen Probst’s path toward minimalism. Her work is influenced by mid-century modern furniture, and the art and architecture of the Bauhaus era. Using her hand-dyed fabric, a camera and a computer, Probst balances clean lines and simplicity with design elements of strong color that define her shapes. Large expanses of open space provide a stage for subtle quilting letting her bold graphic designs inform the work.

January 16 – April 3, 2016

Yvonne Porcella: 50 Years an Artist

Meet contemporary art icon Yvonne Porcella at the Visions Art Museum opening reception for Yvonne Porcella: 50 Years an Artist, Kathleen Probst’s Modern Simplicity, Darcy Falk’s Riot of Color: Divining Treasure, and Earth, Wind, Fire & Water from Canyon Quilters of San Diego on January 16, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Admission is $7. Visions Art Museum members are complimentary. Light refreshments will be served.

Along the Amalfi Coast by Judy Warren-Tippets | 15 x 12 inches

January 16 – April 3, 2016

Modern Simplicity, Kathleen Probst

Modern Simplicity reflects Kathleen Probst’s path toward minimalism. Her work is influenced by mid-century modern furniture, and the art and architecture of the Bauhaus era. Using her hand-dyed fabric, a camera and a computer, Probst balances clean lines and simplicity with design elements of strong color that define her shapes. Large expanses of open space provide a stage for subtle quilting letting her bold graphic designs inform the work.

Along the Amalfi Coast by Judy Warren-Tippets | 15 x 12 inches

January 16 – April 3, 2016

Yvonne Porcella: 50 Years an Artist

A Visionary Artist Comes to Visions Art Museum. Meet contemporary art icon Yvonne Porcella at the Visions Art Museum opening reception for Yvonne Porcella: 50 Years an Artist.