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Ariel’s Project

Ariel Alexandra Aviles

Ariel Alexandra Aviles

Glendale High School

The piece of work I created wasn't inspired by anything that my brain can distinctly interpret, it just sort of happened, which just means that my subconscious decided to take over. Though the viewer might be able to see a really clear theme and may be able to decipher what it "means". I'm still out in the sidelines trying to find the core meaning but I believe this was created because of all the huge opportunities some of my friends, old and young have been offered. Whether it is ranging from applying for a job or having a chance to be in an honors class it's still a lot to take in. No matter how old my friends get I still can't see them ever turning into these "adults" everyone talks about all the time. They'll always be "that friend that laughed so hard while drinking milk it spurted out his nose" or "that girl that probably still hates me because I won in handball". I drew all the baby toys I've seen as a little kid, ones that you've probably seen too. Maybe you'll be in a position to look at these images and remember random snippets of your childhood. Like drinking a bunch of soup all day because you lied about being sick, seeing a bunch of mobile toys given at a baby shower, or maybe some kid hogging the roller coaster toy at the doctor's office.

Glendale High School

The piece of work I created wasn't inspired by anything that my brain can distinctly interpret, it just sort of happened, which just means that my subconscious decided to take over. Though the viewer might be able to see a really clear theme and may be able to decipher what it "means". I'm still out in the sidelines trying to find the core meaning but I believe this was created because of all the huge opportunities some of my friends, old and young have been offered. Whether it is ranging from applying for a job or having a chance to be in an honors class it's still a lot to take in. No matter how old my friends get I still can't see them ever turning into these "adults" everyone talks about all the time. They'll always be "that friend that laughed so hard while drinking milk it spurted out his nose" or "that girl that probably still hates me because I won in handball". I drew all the baby toys I've seen as a little kid, ones that you've probably seen too. Maybe you'll be in a position to look at these images and remember random snippets of your childhood. Like drinking a bunch of soup all day because you lied about being sick, seeing a bunch of mobile toys given at a baby shower, or maybe some kid hogging the roller coaster toy at the doctor's office.

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