8x10 Half Hanged Mary Witch Gold on Black Art Print
BEFORE, I WAS NOT A WITCH. BUT NOW I AM ONE
Hand drawn "Half-hanged Mary" lettering, printed in flat gold ink on muscletone black 140lb French Paper stock.
Half-Hanged Mary is Canadian writer Margaret Atwood's tale of patriarchal cruelty and powerful transformation. This dramatic monologue's speaker is Mary Webster, a 17th-century woman hanged for witchcraft in Puritan Massachusetts. Dangling from a tree, choking but not dying, Mary has plenty of time to reflect on the sadistic sexism that got her here—and when she's found alive the next morning, she truly becomes the powerful witch she was falsely accused of being before. This poem first appeared in Atwood's 1995 collection Morning in the Burned House.
Print Measures: 10 inches tall x 8 inches wide.
Print is sold unframed. If you would like to add a frame to your order, we are happy to frame it for you, please send a message to request a custom-made frame.
Made in Chicago, Illinois
*Woman Owned Business
Vichcraft is the independent and collaborative, multi-disciplinary studio of Jenna Blazevich. With a focus on visual storytelling, she strives to craft charmingly unique brand experiences. Her agency experience has allowed for a portfolio ranging from small to large client projects. Vichcraft has a current focus on building small, meaningful brands, and partnering with their purpose-driven leaders to build an authentic visual identity. Combining hand craft processes and tactile mediums with a digital design skill-set, Vichcraft strives to work right around the line between art and design to build a collection of activist-driven products.