• Clare Rojas

    Rose Art Museum

    As is her custom, Clare Rojas donned a mammoth wig and performed homespun country tunes as her alter ego Peggy Honeywell at the recent opening of her latest project, a site-related installation incorporating a quiltlike arrangement of large painted plywood panels alongside more conventional painting, sculpture, and video. In Rojas’s music and visual work alike, duality, the pain and bliss of love, and the complexity of women, men, and nature are common threads.

    On the rear wall that served as the backdrop for Honeywell’s performance, a flatly rendered young female giant with flowing black hair

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