Clare Rojas, We They, We They May 14 - August 22, 2010 Museum of Craft and Folk Art San Francisco “In a post-digitized world, people are searching for authenticity and community,” remarks curator Natasha Boas. “Although Clare Rojas’ work speaks to the DIY attitudes and community spirit of the Mission School—arguably the most definable art movement to emerge in the Bay Area in the late 20th century—the artist has distanced herself from the movement in creating a distinct and personal visual vocabulary, one that investigates the domestic realm through a delicate balance of abstraction and figuration.” - MOCFA.org (via my love for you is a stampede of horses.)

Clare Rojas, We They, We They
May 14 - August 22, 2010
Museum of Craft and Folk Art
San Francisco

“In a post-digitized world, people are searching for authenticity and community,” remarks curator Natasha Boas. “Although Clare Rojas’ work speaks to the DIY attitudes and community spirit of the Mission School—arguably the most definable art movement to emerge in the Bay Area in the late 20th century—the artist has distanced herself from the movement in creating a distinct and personal visual vocabulary, one that investigates the domestic realm through a delicate balance of abstraction and figuration.” - MOCFA.org

(via my love for you is a stampede of horses.)