Double Daisy
by Walker & Walker

Bundoran Town Council commissioned four artists, Locky Morris, Grace Weir, Brendan Mc Gloin and Walker & Walker to develop sculptural pieces in response to the local coastal shorefront and sea cliff. The project was funded through the Bord Fáilte Tourism and Environment Initiative and Bundoran Town Council. The Town Council were assisted by the Artworking public art consultancy who recommended an artists panel. From here the selected artists were invited to submit proposals. Artists were asked to respond to the traditional nature of Bundoran as a playful, family orientated seaside resort.

Double Daisy, 2000
Two over sized daisies cast in bronze and painted, interlocking in the manner of a daisy chain. The sculpure is 60 x 60 x 150 cm in size, is made from bronze and is painted. The Double Daisy sculpure is located on the seafront in Bundoran, Co. Donegal, Ireland.

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Biography of artist

Walker and Walker

Joe Walker and Pat Walker were born in Dublin in 1962. They co-represented Ireland at the 51st Venice Biennale and have exhibited extensively both in Ireland and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin in 2004 and at Floating up, Manchester and Temple Bar Gallery and Studios in 2003. Group exhibitions include Time’s Arrow at the Rotunda Gallery in New York 2005, Presence at Gimpel fils, London, 2005, Are we there yet in Glassbox, Paris, Do something at Floating up in 2004; Arranged Marriage Outer Space(s) at the Contemporary Arts Council, Chicago USA and How things turn out at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin all in 2002. They were commissioned by Donegal County Council to make a public artwork in 2001 and by Crumlin Children’s Hospital in 2003. They have received several Arts Council of Ireland Awards including a Project Award for 2006