Ephraim-based Granary Arts (86 N. Main St.) offers a mid-career exhibition of Utah artist Jorge Rojas in Material Witness, spanning nearly 20 years. Until recently the director of learning and engagement at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Rojas has also spent several years in New York, including stretches in the mid-1990s and early-2000s. The exhibition draws on the influence of those years, incorporating traditions like minimalism and color field work into his exploration of his own cultural history, including Mesoamerican art. The works include painting and sculpture ("Quantum Grid," 2021, is pictured), and demonstrate Rojas' wide-ranging use of whatever material might suit the project of the moment. "I begin a piece with a feeling, rather than an idea," Rojas says in his artist statement. "It is in the act of making that meaning is revealed.