|Date of Birth:||1965|
|Community:||Mount Chandler, SA|
Daisy Barney was born near Mount Chandler near the Indulkana community. When she was a young girl, her family moved to live at the Iwantja creek. Daisy and her family would often hunt and venture out for bush foods such as Maku (Witchetty Grub) and Tjala (Honey Ant).
Her mother would make Nula Nula (clapping Sticks) and Piti (bowl) to sell to the travellers on the highway. Daisy would assist by burning the decorations into the wood with wire.
Daisy has worked at Iwantja Arts alongside her daughters, Dianne and Kunmanara (Kerry Ann) Robinson. Throughout her practice she has worked with a range of mediums, including woodwork, batik, and painting.