William Rueck

Rueck’s sculptural work, often handcrafted in metal and wood, speaks of a time when craft was the standard, not a luxury; where the quality of one’s possessions meant survival instead of implying your net worth. With his acute attention to detail and craftsmanship,

he questions how we struggle to preserve a legacy when everything created is so disposable; kicked to the curb and replaced with another cheaper, shinier, plastic version.