The Temecula Valley Museum Announces New Exhibit - Stitching California


The following is a message from the City of Temecula:

Stitching California: Fiber Artists Interpret the State’s People, Life, and Land, a new travelling exhibit will be displayed at the Temecula Valley Museum from August 29, 2021 through October 24, 2021, showcases an exciting collection of art quilts that interpret the complexities of the Golden State. Viewers will enjoy a balanced show of beauty, originality, thought-provoking content, realistic and abstract imagery, and quality workmanship.

In conjunction with this exhibit, the Temecula Valley Museum will feature Temecula Fiber Artist Marlene Oaks who will share the creative an expansive world of art quilting with examples, lecture, and interaction on Saturday, October 2, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

Presenting a well-rounded picture of a complex state, Stitching California displays works from over 40 artists working in California and neighboring states today. Their dynamic offerings pay tribute to iconic California views, and to the beautiful native flora of the state. Stitching California’s 2D and 3D fiber works contain references to industry, economy, geography, and topography, and run the emotional gamut from hope to despair.

The Temecula Valley Museum (28314 Mercedes Street) is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Tuesday through Sunday. Please visit TemeculaValleyMuseum.org, or call (951) 694-6450 for more information.


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