Women of Visions, Inc.
The Women of Visions, Inc., was co-founded by a diverse group of Black women of African descent. We aspire to excel as artist and to grow professionally. Over the past thirty-five years we have sponsored exhibitions in a number of local as well as out of state galleries and museums. Our community collaborative efforts have reached both children and senior adults. We host an annual educational program and encourage other progressive opportunities for our members.
The artist of Women of Visions, Inc., have been making a mark in the arts world by creating art in a variety of art forms; drawing, painting, clothing design, quilting, collage, fiber, mixed media, printmaking, videography & photography, ceramics, jewelry, installations, and other three-dimensional work. Some of our artist have exhibited with national and international galleries and museums. We envision that in the next decade we are poised to create a visual record that places us in the annals of America’s world history of arts.
“We are women who dream and dream large,” We believe that art is nurturing the roots of our heritage, capturing the images of our experiences, and recording these reflections of our mind, by setting them free on canvas, fiber, paper, and other art forms.
The mission of Women of Visions, Inc., is to promote the art, culture and history of Black Women of African Descent, while inspiring each member to excel as artist and grow professionally through exhibitions, demonstrations, community collaborations, educational programming, and other progressive opportunities.
Our Vision as female artist of African Descent is to achieve local, national, and international prominence. While accomplishing this, we will focus on celebrating our history, creating excellence in our art work, and advancing the goals of our organization.
Our Creed reflects the beliefs of our members…. “We believe that art is nurturing the roots of our heritage, capturing the images of our experiences, and recording these reflections of the mind, by setting them free on canvas, fiber, paper, and other creative artistic forms.”