This project takes the form of a novel collective art activism, combining the skills of craft, design, art, engineering and diplomacy. Different people from a variety of disciplines have been invited to contribute.
An implicit undercurrent, their love for the sea, is the connection that unites them. Their combined humanity and creativity will enable this project to succeed.
Joe Hogan has been making baskets at Loch na Fooey, Galway, since 1978.
His award winning baskets are those of the natural willows which are grown on his land and also include found materials such as bog wood from around the area.
Debbie Dawson is an artist and educator. Working mainly with glass she deals with subjects such as loss and absence.
Her work is held in both private and public collections including the National Museum. She works mainly to commission and exhibition.
Peadar Lamb is a multi-disciplinary artist working in a range of sculptural mediums including stained glass.
He makes large public art pieces and smaller autonomous works for exhibition. His work is held in both private and public collections nationally and internationally.