Casey Ruble‘s cut-out paper collages are “more or less” true, according to the artist. Inspired by Truman Capote‘s “nonfiction novel” genre, Ruble bases her work on real imagery: photographs, books, magazines. She selectively omits, adds, and mixes facts and fiction, constructing scenes best read by their details.
Stephen Aldrich carefully cuts woodcut prints, steel engravings, and other printed epehemra from the Victorian Age to create these sardonically surreal new vistas of the era. Yes, Garret, I like this because it’s Victorian!
He will be showing his work at NYC’s Foley Gallery from September 9- October 23.