“Circular Abstractions: Bulls-Eye Quilts” is a touring exhibition that originated at the Muskegon Museum of Art and was curated by famed quilter Nancy Crow. The exhibition features 25 quilts by an array of artists that improvise around the Bull’s Eye pattern: a four quadrant design with a bull’s eye at the center of each quarter. Participating artists come from across the U.S. and internationally, with represented countries including Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Switzerland. It showcases some of the best machine-piecing and quilting being done today. *Circular Abstractions: Bulls-Eye Quilts” is sponsored by the Caroline R. Graboys Fund. Opening reception: Sunday, May 21, 2-5 p.m.