Thursday-Saturday • 10:00am-4:00pm
Sundays • Noon-4:00pm
Closed for Thanksgiving Nov. 24
Closed for Christmas and New Year's holidays Dec. 23-Jan. 4
140 W Colorado Street
La Grange, Texas 78945
Meet Our Visitors
December 1st, 2016
We recently welcomed visitors from our 52nd country – Chile! Astrid Perolta and Cristina Maeztu from Puerto Montt, Chile. They are in front of “Baltimore Album Medallion” by Sandra L. Mollon.
ABOUT THE TEXAS QUILT MUSEUM
The Texas Quilt Museum is housed in two historic 1890s buildings, which provide a fine showcase for both antique and contemporary quilt art with their high ceilings, brick walls, and original hardwood floors.
Home for the Museum, a 501(c)(3) entity, is the picturesque Central Texas town of La Grange, located on the winding Colorado River between two major highways. It’s an easy drive from the state’s major cities and airline hubs.
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Come see our three all-new collections of quilts!
New York Beauty, c. 1850, artist unknown. From the exhibit “New York Beauties from the Volckening Collection.”“New York Beauties from the
See stunning examples of this much-loved quilt style from the personal collection of Bill Volckening. His quilts have been on display in venues ranging from New York to Tokyo, and have formed the basis of his book New York Beauty Quilts from the
Dashboard Saints: In Memory of St. Christopher (Who Lost His Magnetism) by Terrie Hancock Mangat. Courtesy of the International Quilt Study Center & Museum (Lincoln, Nebraska). From the exhibit “Infinite Imagination.”“Infinite Imagination: The Quilted Art of Terrie Hancock Mangat”
This exhibit showcases the work of this highly distinctive artist. Many of her works take their inspiration from Mangat’s life in the form of a personal feeling, memorable event, or belief.
Basket Medallion by Kim McLean and quilted by Kay Fernihough. Photo by Tim Connolly. From the exhibit“Marvelous Medallions.”“Marvelous Medallions From the 500 Traditional Quilts Book”
Enjoy a variety of Medallion-style quilts that were juried for the book by Museum co-founder Karey Bresenhan. This show is an all-new grouping, and co-curated by Dr. Sandra Sider & Vicki Mangum.
These exhibits will run from Sept. 29-Dec. 18. Come on in and check them out!
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