Many hastily written notes were written between the garrisons and delivered by woman volunteers who for decades remained anonymous. This piece is a reflection of that. These brave women volunteers risked their lives ducking British bullets in keeping these lines of communication open.
None braver than Sheila Grennan and Elizabeth O Farrell who were with Padraig Pearse in the GPO. This piece is dedicated to them and especially Elizabeth who braved out with the flag of surrender on Saturday 27th April 1916.
'Take Note', Lino-Cut
An Honorary member of The Graphic Studio Dublin and guest member of Leinster Printmaking studio. Solo exhibitions in Project Arts Centre Dublin, Galway Arts Centre, Linenhall Library Belfast, SoHo 20, New York, The Poetry Society London etc. Stood for Labour unsuccessfully in 1990 local elections and spent 15 years in the High Court in Dublin trying to close Sellafield down (Short and others v BNFL). A feminist and a socialist.