Property from a Savannah Private Collectore
Ivan Bailey (Georgia, 1945-2013) Wrought Iron Fountain, Mid-1970's, depicting birds among pond grasses. Together with his sketch and proposal for the work.
Baileyâ€™s Savannah sculptures also appear in Troup Square and in a garden foundation at the Beach Institute. He is represented in hundreds of private and public collections and his many honors and awards include the Governor's Award of the Georgia Council for the Arts and the Georgia Association of the American Institute of Architects Award for Craftsmanship. He was a founding member of the Artist Blacksmith's Association of North America. Mills B. Lane, Jr., was an early patron and helped him open his first forge on Bay Street in Savannah.