Six Summit Gallery
6 Summit St Ivoryton CT 06442
236West 27th St 9th Floor NY, NY 10001

"Illuminations and Fantasy"
Decemmber 7th thru February 23rd

Do not miss our  7th Annual Seasonal Salon Show in the heart of the Village with 300,000 lights: “Illuminations and Fantasy.  Over 100 pieces of gift giving fine art from over 20 CT artists:

Randall Nelson, Frances Maravelea, Katia Levanti, Pierre Sylvain
Naelah Almuqwishi, Florin Firimita, Alissa Siegal, Denise Gaffney Hartz, Jacquelyn Etling, Tara Smith, with Artists Michael Parkes, William Kent,
Sally Jessy Raphael,David Wenzel, Leonor Fini, Ailene Fields, Anne Bachelier and more. Free gifts with purchases!

Six Summit Gallery is New England’s diverse Fine Art Gallery. We have hosted Cecil the Lion’s Kingdom (CNN, BBC, TIME), Reality and Metaphor(Steven Assael), New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut Women Artists, Global Art Masters (Dali,Chagall,Picasso), New England Sculptors Association, Lawrence Memorial Hospital, The Juxtapostion Project, Illumination of Imagination (David Wenzel) and more.

Photos: Firimita,Etling,Hodgdon-Cyr,Sylvain


BANG! The Bert Berns Story@

The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
600 Main St. Hartford CT

The Wadsworth Atheneum will screen the documentary
 BANG!: The Bert Berns Story on December 17th, at 6:00PM -
 a live performance by Connecticut's Betty Clemons Harris
 ("Cry to Me", "His Kiss") with the Mighty Soul Drivers will follow. A post-film Q&A will feature director Brett Berns, producer
Leo Feroleto, Cassie Berns, and recording artists Kenny Hamber, and
Betty Harris.

Music meets the Mob in this biographical documentary about the exciting and tragic life of, Bert Berns the greatest songwriter and record producer of popular and soul music of the sixties that you've never heard of - narrated by Stevie Van Zandt.  Berns was recently inducted into the Rock and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 and a Broadway Musical
"Piece of My Heart" will premiere in 2017. Included in the film are interviews with Paul McCartney, Keith Richards,
 Cissy Houston, Ronald Isley, Ben E. King, Betty Harris, Solomon Burke, Van Morrison and more.

You may have never heard of Bert Berns, but you know the enduring songs he’s written and produced:

Twist & Shout, Cry to Me, Tell Him, Piece of My Heart,
Cry Baby, Hang On Sloopy, I Want Candy,
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

 Berns sessions made legends of Solomon Burke, The Isley Brothers, The Drifters, Ben E. King, Wilson Pickett, Van Morrison,
and Neil Diamond, and his songs became chart-topping covers for the likes of the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals and Janis Joplin. His premature death at 38 cut short a seven-year streak of hits, rooted in his early Brill Building and 1650 Broadway days, through his tenure at Atlantic Records to the formation and success of his own labels
Bang Records and Shout Records.

Tickets can be purchased on the
  Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art website, or in person at
Six Summit Gallery - 6 Summit St in Ivoryton CT.
  Please call Leo Feroleto at 860-581-8332 with questions and before pickup.  For those in northern CT go to Trinity on Main, 19 Chestnut St in New Britain, call Dayna Snell at 860-229-8389 ahead of time.
The event is planned in collaboration with
Queen Ann Nzinga Center Inc. and
Six Summit Gallery



Art Hearts Fashion

Curated by Six Summit Gallery
At NYC Premier Fashion Venue on Lower East Side
Angel Orensanz Center
172 Norfolk St, NYC

Sponsors-Dior, Coppertone, JetBlue, Peroni, Six Summit Gallery

Please see our social media pages for recent images!

Photos from our previous shows at Angel Orensanz


  Sacred Spaces/A Plea For Sanity /Fantastic Creatures
  Ailene Fields
     153 W 27th St. 9th Floor

Click Below for full Article

This 19 sculpture series is meant to take the ‘art worldlings’ to task for their irresponsible behavior. It is to visualize the lack of responsibility in the current art world that is foisting mediocre ‘shtick’ upon the public and calling it art - the hype being more important than the work being lauded.
There is a specific reason for each artist chosen as a meal by the Slavic witch-hut, her eminence in wisdom-
The Baba Yaga.

An Homage to Mediocrity and Hype

Baba Yag Eats:

Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Yves Klein, Robert Gober,
Maurizio Cattelan, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali, Claes Oldenberg, Rothko, Wolfgang Laib, Edvard Munch, James Turrell, Richard Serra, Fernando Botero, Christo, John Chamberlain, Andres Serrano with
Baba Yaga and Baba Yaga's Day Off.

photo:  Joe Hosie


Ongoing Residency
William Kent (1919-2012)
In this tempestuous election year and explosive political season we offer a journey back into the sixties with world renowned printmaker, sculptor, and satirist- William Kent.
Psychedelic chameleons, alluring insects and bold political prints take us back to a time when things were..... pretty much the same!
We ask you to “End Your Silence”  “Abolish HUAC” and “Take It Easy but Take It” in this second installment of our retrospective on the elusive Connecticut artist.    The hand made prints were created by carving huge Italian slate blackboards, and reproducing on fabric and rice paper- without a printing press.
Kent, who many consider one of America’s greatest printmakers and sculptors, lived as a recluse. His work was included alongside such titans as Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, and Phillip Guston. He attended Yale University, was the first curator of the John Slade Ely House, and exhibited at some the
finest museums and galleries including-
The Wadsworth Atheneum, Sundsvall Sweden, Colgate, Brooklyn Museum,
Whitney Museum of American Art, 
New Britain Museum of American Art and more. His work is in the collections of Smithsonian, Brooklyn Museum, Princeton University,
New Britain Museum of American Art, Lyman Allen Art Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Florence Griswold and many more.
Private viewings and receptions available. Hours subject to change

   William Kent (1919-2012)



 • Monday through Saturday, 10-6
• Sunday, 12-5

207W58th ST,  New York NY


Leonor Fini
and 10 other artists featured
at Faust Harrison Pianos
322 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield Ct

  October 1st - December 31st

Les Passants:  Original Lithograph- Leonor Fini

African Sunset, by Ailene Fields, internally illuminated and created with translucent orange alabaster, will be available to bid on with 100% proceeds to benefit African Wildlife Foundation. Inquires should be emailed to ivoryalive@sixsummitgaller or call 860-581-8332. Scroll down for image.

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.


                                               NEW YORK/CONNECTICUT

   Curated by Leo Feroleto to raise awareness for anti-ivory, anti-poaching, in 2  locations of Faust Pianos, in Manhattan and Fairfield CT.
    Six Summit Gallery, New England’s leading diverse art gallery of Ivoryton, CT, and Faust Harrison Pianos, one of America’s largest independent retailers of vintage Steinway pianos, are proud to announce that we are hosting  art shows at the extraordinary showrooms of Faust Harrison Pianos. The shows will be done in cooperation with a major wildlife non profit to promote awareness about, and raise funds to combat the horrific elephant and rhino poaching crisis, and send a clear anti ivory message.   Ivoryton was home to nearly all ivory manufacturing at the turn of the century. 

African Sunset:  Ailene Fields- Orange Alabaster

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Brent Stapelkamp,William Kent,
Chris Gann, Nancy Whitcher, Paul Ott, Jason Mecier  

Chris Gann

100 piece ongoing exhibiton upstairs and downstairs including: William Kent (1919-2012)- Smithsonian, Princeton, Yale, New Britain and more.  Chris Gann, Ailene Fields, Jerry Weiss, Jason Mercier


Please enjoy fine pre and post reception dining at our neighbor the elegant Copper Beech Inn,, 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.


Please find more images at INK Magazine

 Steven Assael,Leonor Fini,
Salvador Dali, Michael Parkes, William Kent,
Massimo Rao, Ailene Fields


                                            STEVEN ASSAEL




Six Summit Gallery
6 Summit Street
Ivoryton, CT 06442
(860) 581-8332
(917)-573-0029 NYC

Six Summit Gallery is a diverse art gallery located in Historic Ivoryton Village. In a warm, intimate setting we display a variety of artwork in diverse media, produced by artists and sculptors from CT, NY and all over the world.   We are open year round and host art, music, and events in Ivoryton and New York City.The range of art work is carefully selected, and is as eclectic and diverse as the setting of Ivoryton Village, a section of Essex, CT. Our price points are high, low and everywhere in-between.  Shows are frequent and hanged professionally, to achieve a flowing environment in a mixed setting. We have private venues in NYC, and we host 30Spaces Chelsea, TriBeca,and LES.

Ivoryton has experienced a major resurgence in the last five years. We are two miles from the Essex Steam Train and half of a mile from the Copper Beech Inn. Restaurants, inns, libraries, antique shops, taverns and world class off-broadway performances are all within walking distance.  Ivoryton is a beautiful mix of classic and forward beauty with amenities usually found in towns or cities much larger.  We are near where the Connecticut River meets the Long Island Sound.  Relax, Provoke, Perplex.

We are a 2 miles down the road (away from Rt. 9) from the internationally renowned Essex Steam Train,

We are a half a mile down the road (away from Rt. 9) from the 4 Star Copper Beech Inn,

We across street from Ivoryton Playhouse,

TRAIN  From NYC  Grand Cental Station

Taxi Services from Train:           Essex Taxi, Essex, CT :  860.767.7433.


From South/West. New York, New Haven:
Get on I-95 North. Get off at Exit 65, Westbrook. Take a left at end of ramp onto Rte. 153. Travel four miles to the third traffic light. At light turn left. At the next light, turn left. The gallery is located one and one-half miles on the right, at 6 Summit Street.

From East. New London, Niantic:
Get on I-95 South. Get off at Exit 69. Bear right onto Rte. 9N. Get off at Exit 3. Go left at end of exit ramp. Continue straight through on Rte. 154/ Main Street for approximately two and one-half miles. The gallery is located on the right, at 6 Summit Street.

From North. Hartford, Middletown:
Get on Rte. 9 South. Get on Rte. 9 North. Get off at Exit 3. At end of exit ramp, take a right. Continue straight through on Rte. 154/Main Street for approximately two and one-half miles. The gallery is located on the right, at 6 Summit Street in the center of Ivoryton Village.

From Old Saybrook:
Get on Rte. 9 North. Get off at Exit 3. At end of exit ramp, take a left. Continue straight through on Rte. 154/Main Street for approximately two and one-half miles. The gallery is located on the right, at 6 Summit Street in the center of Ivoryton Village.


We are a diverse art gallery.

Wed: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu: 11:00 am - 6:30 pm
Fri: 10:00 am - 6:30 pm
Sat: 12:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm
- 4:00 pm

Appointments Accepted

Receptions Available
860.581.8332  Text 917-573-0029

                                                      STEVEN ASSAEL


                      Steven Assael                                                  Steven Assael


Anne Bachelier