The artist from the Jean Downey area dusted one of the statues “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte” to restore the statues from the painting “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte” by the French Impressionist painter George Seurat from 1884 . The ten statues had damage from weather and vandals with missing heads, hands, broken stick and book. The installation of the restored “Sunday in the Park” statues by Roederer Tranfer and Storage on Credit Island, Tuesday in Davenport. To renovate the ten sculptures this winter, the Davenport Park and Recreation Department moved them to Credit Island Lodge. Jean Downey, Davenport artist, made some important repairs; she modeled and painted to bring her as close as possible to the Seurat painting. Originally carved from wood in 1998, the ten sculptures are now wrapped in fiberglass and painted to recreate the characters from Seurat’s painting A Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte Island. The color scheme and art installation were inspired by Ted McEliney, RiverWay Public Art Contributor, who designed and oversaw the installation on Credit Island in 1998. The carvings were done by Thom Gleich, Davenport. Maintenance and repairs were done with funding from The Quad Cities Tweed Ride, a ride that always stopped at the Sunday in the Park art project, and River Action, which has installed 10 RiverWay art projects since 1998, but sculptures that require occasional repairs are always going to be moved to avoid flooding.