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Breaking Out Of Her Shell
By Mary WilliamsPart of Power Princesses  RUN # 01212f
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Breaking Out Of Her Shell
By Mary WilliamsPart of Power Princesses
RUN #01212f
Mary Williams Talks Inspiration And Upcoming Show With Red Bull House Of Art

1xRun: Tell us a little bit about this series of work?
Mary Williams: I was already on a mission to do some Disney/princess themed work, when Inner State Gallery asked me to be a part of the Glass, Cinder, and Thorns III show. Online I had seen some photographs an artist had taken of women dressed like Disney princesses who were taken out of movie context and put into real world situations. I thought my drawing and collage work would suit this theme, and I could put a lot of my feminist thoughts and inklings into them.

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RUN INFORMATION
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Original Available: 1
SIZE15 x 23.5 Inches
TYPEFramed Mixed Media & Collage
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
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"I was already on a mission to do some Disney/princess themed work, when Inner State Gallery asked me to be a part of the Glass, Cinder, and Thorns III show. Online I had seen some photographs an artist had taken of women dressed like Disney princesses who were taken out of movie context and put into real world situations. I thought my drawing and collage work would suit this theme, and I could put a lot of my feminist thoughts and inklings into them.

I actually found a princess coloring book where you could put your own drawings onto the page, which was really helpful in taking them out of their Disneyland environments and putting them into situations that I thought up. The backgrounds were great fun to make, and I made use of scratch board, paint on glass, and 3D elements. The end results were detailed and delicate imagery conveying powerful, women-centric realities." - Mary Williams

This RUN comes signed by Mary Williams along with an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.

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