An innovative biography told through forty two, small scale, black and white, hand-made drawings inspired by a selection of both key historical and imagined moments in the life of Johanna Mary "Hanna" Sheehy Skeffington (née Johanna Mary Sheehy) (24 May 1877 – 20 April 1946). A suffragette and Irish nationalist, who along with her husband Francis Sheehy-Skeffington, Margaret Cousins and James Cousins, founded the Irish Women's Franchise League in 1908 with the aim of obtaining women's voting rights. She was later a founding member of the Irish Women Workers' Union. Her son, Owen Sheehy-Skeffington became a politician and Irish Senator.

The drawings are mounted on a constructed, wooden, slatted sculpture and mounted for exhibition in the interior of one of the very cells that held Francis Sheehy Skeffington in Cathal Brugha Barracks, Dublin before he was brought to the prisoners yard for his execution by British Military during the turmoil of Easter Rising 1916 in Dublin.

An innovative biography told through forty two, small scale, black and white, hand-made drawings inspired by a selection of both key historical and imagined moments in the life of Johanna Mary "Hanna" Sheehy Skeffington (née Johanna Mary Sheehy) (24 May 1877 – 20 April 1946). A suffragette and Irish nationalist, who along with her husband Francis Sheehy-Skeffington, Margaret Cousins and James Cousins, founded the Irish Women's Franchise League in 1908 with the aim of obtaining women's voting rights. She was later a founding member of the Irish Women Workers' Union. Her son, Owen Sheehy-Skeffington became a politician and Irish Senator.

The drawings are mounted on a constructed, wooden, slatted sculpture and mounted for exhibition in the interior of one of the very cells that held Francis Sheehy Skeffington in Cathal Brugha Barracks, Dublin before he was brought to the prisoners yard for his execution by British Military during the turmoil of Easter Rising 1916 in Dublin.