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‘As the World Falls Down’ -3’x4’ mixed media on fabric, Wendy Teague 2010
Created for R&R Gallery’s show ‘Dance Magic Dance’ based on the film Labyrinth. I illustrated the scene in which Sara (Jennifer Connelly) is lost in the forest and given a peach poisoned by Jareth (David Bowie- who also takes an owl form in the film) to stop her from solving the Labyrinth. The white depicts a foggy drug induced state taking her over, as well as the magic beginning to transform her into her white masquerade ball gown.