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Haley Kroll

Art Therapy MajorCeramics Minor

Recollection- Long Island 1998-2020



Blender, 3D Modeling

When I was younger tea parties were one of my favorite things to do, whether it be with my stuffed animals, or my friends. I wanted to showcase this aspect by creating a tea set full of childhood memories. Growing up in Long Island NY, the water was a pretty big aspect of life. I wanted to be able to look back on all the memories I had mad, as I graduate college and move out of my childhood in Long Island and to new memories in another state all together. With this in mind, I picked out my favorite parts of my childhood and created images to go alone with them. The style of which I did these images is in my favorite tattoo style because when I was younger, I wanted to be a tattoo artist. This piece of art is my goodbye to my childhood, to the tea parties, to the careers I wanted to have, and a hello to new beginnings. 

 

Image Reference Credit 

Skull: “Lisa the Printable Skull” 

By Macouno licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 

 

Dagger: “CG Masters Combat Knife 

By Chris Plush

 

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