Oh, sure, Salvatore Victor’s charcoal-on-paper drawings are technically inspiring. But it’s his doodles—on pages obviously ripped out of his sketchbook—that really reveal what’s swirling around inside his head. Those different channels of Victor’s creativity are exposed until August 27 in Coagulation and Transcendence at Fools Foundation, 1025 19th Street. The oversized studies of clothes—a dress, jeans draped over a wire hanger, shirts, ties and even a sneaker—shout out Victor’s expertise in realism. His self-portraits are probably pretty right on, too, capturing a direct, intense spirit. But it’s the raw-edged pages Scotch-taped on the wall that suck the viewer into surrealistic reveries full of symbolic references, including apples and females. “Meow Mix (How to Build a Cat)” evokes two-dimensional sketches of dadaist Yves Tanguy’s magic machines, quick-drawn in ballpoint pen and watercolor, with a flair similar to the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine flick. These pages steal the show. For information, call (916) 446-4221 or visit www.foolsfoundation.org.