Quilt Visions 2004: Celebrating the Art of the Quilt

QUILT VISIONS 2004: CELEBRATING THE ART OF THE QUILT

November 11, 2004–January 16, 2005

Collaboration with Quilt San Diego

Oceanside Museum of Art presents Quilt Visions 2004 a biennial juried international exhibition featuring forty-five contemporary art quilts selected from over 600 entries. These contemporary art quilts represent a wide spectrum of artistic expression from impressionistic to abstract.

Quilt Visions 2004 is a collaboration with Oceanside Museum of Art and Quilt San Diego, a non-profit international art organization dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of the quilt as art. The jurors were Liz Axford, resident artist, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, Texas; Michael W. Monroe, former curator of the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, past executive director of the American Craft Council, and currently an independent curator and writer; and Jane Sauer, artistic director, Thirteen Moons Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Grants, member American Craft College of Fellows, and past chair American Craft Council.

Catalog: Quilt Visions 2004:  Celebrating the Art of the Quilt

Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik, Northern Light
Ree Nancarrow, Nenana Flats
Charlotte Bird, Porous Squares
Sachiko Sasakura, Another Member of My Family #11