BY EILEEN MacDONAGH

BY EILEEN MacDONAGH

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THIS BLACK GRANITE SCULPTURE IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A WATER ELEMENT

When I first saw this I was not sure if it was a Public Art installation.

It is located where Broad Street meets Barronstrand Street. John Roberts Square is the actual address but as is typical in Ireland the public area is triangular rather than square.

Eileen MacDonagh was born in Geevagh, County Sligo in 1956 and has worked as a sculptor since the 1980s. For her contribution to sculpture and the Arts in Ireland, MacDonagh was elected in 2004 to Aosdána, the Irish organisation that recognises artists that have contributed a unique body of work.
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