W O R K S . O N . P A P E R

Joan was a soldier who offered peace first. Unable to write but verbally brilliant, she would dictate letters to scribes that pleaded for peaceful negotiation with the English. Those entreaties were always ignored mostly because she was an 18 year old female. They called her “whore” and “witch.” She refused to wear women’s clothing until she had completed the work of driving the English out of France.“When I have done that for which I am sent from God, I will put on women’s clothing.”


Contemporary American artist now based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Part of a group of New York artists working with technology since the mid-eighties and was the first artist to have a digitally based solo exhibition at The Museum of American Illustration in Manhattan. Filippucci’s primary subject is Joan of Arc.


“Captivated by the mystique of Joan of Arc,  Sandra Filippucci passionately creates iconic imagery that is relevant to the issues of our time.” –Linda Durham, Curator for Voices of Light Exhibition

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