Joan of Arc Handmade Tapesty, The Truth will Set You Free
Joan of Arc Handmade Tapesty, The Truth will Set You Free

Joan of Arc Handmade Tapesty, The Truth will Set You Free

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Notes From The Artist: 

I am a warrior for the truth. A hero of mine is St. Joan of Arc. (She is a real person, who lived from approximately 1413-1431. She was martyred for wearing men's clothing and was sainted in 1920.)

This artwork is a narrative hooked tapestry featuring Joan of Arc as a symbol of truth, courage, humility, and purity.

The border features pussycats wearing pink hats and the hashtag, #METOO. The Latin says, "I am not afraid… I was born to do this." The dog at her side stands for faithfulness. The sheep for Joan's role as a shepherdess. The white horse stands for her trust in her path: she commanded an army from horseback even though she did not know how to ride a horse until she was inspired by her faith. As she said, she was born to do God's calling for her."

This is an original tapestry by Jane M. Mason.


  • Fine Art of Fiber, Chicago Botanic Garden, November 5 - November 7, 2021
  • Woman Made Gallery, 4th Midwest Open Exhibit, January 22 - February 12, 2021
  • Oakton Community College, "Where Are We Now? Activism of the Everyday," October 19 - November 20, 2020

Art Details...

  • Dimensions: W 28" x H 37"
  • Year completed: 2020
  • Media: Hooked on linen
  • Genre: Narrative, feminist history
  • Materials: Wool strips, wool yarn, synthetic fabric, on linen
  • Signature: Jane's initials are hooked into the tapestry on the lower right-hand side. Additionally, a fabric label is on the backside.
  • Purpose: Created to be hung on the wall. A channel has been sewn into the upper edge of the back of the tapestry to insert a rod. It could also be framed.

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Jane M. Mason

As a small child, I started taking art classes at Joslyn Museum in Omaha. Every Saturday morning I was at the museum for a class. As a five-year-old, I won my first art contest and distinctly remember the drawing I had created being used on the cover of the spring catalog for Joslyn Museum. My childlike enthusiasm for art and happiness creating art is in my DNA now. It’s part of every piece of art I create.

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