In Dreams, the latest solo show by illustrator, author, and visual artist Manix Abrera, a lingering strangeness glistens inside these scenes, full of topsy-turvy imagery and spirited characters. Abrera crafts a world moving with a dream-like eccentricity, bristling with moments of change and transience. Ghosts hang around an astral graveyard. A door leads to a mountaintop. A lonesome character watches a blood moon and a devilish pair of wings. Here, just as in Abrera’s own practice, the fantastic is met with a care and awareness for the human condition. Equal parts touching and trembling, Dreams is doused in an electric and freakish vigor, rendered with a touch of humor and absurdity.