There isn't a day that goes by where I'm not stuck in some other world. One day, I could be mapping out the northern landscapes of a old nation, still littered with relics of a forgotten past wedged in between the mountains of a dragon's lair. The next, I might be listening in on discourse within the high magic court, only intended for the ears of the queen herself. If I'm lucky, I may even get to hear the stories of an adventurer's first quest decades ago, their eyes lighting up with every fond memory, just like they used to many years ago. After everything that escaping to these stories has done for me, the least I could do is hold the door open for someone else and let them in on what happens when we let our imaginations run wild.
Victoria Farulla is a fourth year Creative Media at Champlain College, specializing in Visual Art, Creative Writing, and Game Media. Whether in the form of prose, a tradition painting, or anything in between, her art focuses on exploring the fantastical and unreal through worldbuilding. Using folklore from around the world, and fantasy video games and role-playing games, Victoria breathes life into the worlds that people used to only dream of.