The Slavic Hut of the Baba Yaga is unleashed on Gotham City.
Adored, feared, and revered by hundreds of millions, the home that travels on chicken legs and domiciles the lady known for her eclectic appetite has arrived. With equal parts of whimsy, homage, and nasty, curator Leo Feroleto introduces the 4 year project of sculptor Ailene Fields in resplendent fashion.
In a commentary about the business of the art world, Fields honors Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenberg, Salvador Dali, Wolfgang Laib, Yves Klein, Robert Gober, Andres Serrano, Maurizio Cattelan, Jeff Koons, Mark Rothko, John Chamberlain, Richard Serra, Christo, Botero, Turrell, and Munch as
Baba Yaga comestibles.
Click this link for complete descriptions and exact former locations of this unique series-
and beware: she may eat you.
Ivoryton is one of three villages in Essex, Connecticut in Middlesex County. Ivoryton Historic District, the historic district in the village, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 15, 2014
Ivoryton has the dubious distinction of having a virtual monopoly on all ivory production in the United States from 1860-1938. As the manufacturing of ivory is long gone, the town would like to take a large role, and use this event as a catalyst in the anti ivory, anti poaching effort.
William Kent, Chris Gann, Nancy Whitcher, Paul Ott
Please enjoy fine pre and post reception dining at our neighbor the elegant Copper Beech Inn, www.copperbeechinn.com,
860-767-0330, for Six Summit Gallery. The
Copper Beech is .5 miles east of Six Summit Gallery at 46 Main St. in
Ivoryton. While you dine at the Copper Beech, enjoy the sculpture of Six
Summit represented artists William Kent (1919-2012- Smithsonian, Yale,
New Britain Museum of American Art Permanent collections), and Ailene
Fields (owner of The Compleat Sculptor) in the lobby and in the dining
and bar areas. Please call for Copper Beech for dinner reservations and
Six Summit Gallery for art inquiries.