Dark Sunshine Alabaster
13.5" H x 15.5" W x 16" L.
Ailene Fields is an American sculptor and stone carving teacher known for her skills in stone, bronze and acrylic. Her subjects often call upon mythology and fairy tales for inspiration. Overriding infusions of hope and joy inhabit her work. She graduated with a degree in English and Greek mythology from Lehman College, New York City. A self-taught potter, she studied the human figure with Bruno Lucchesi at The New School for Social Research, New York City. Lucchesi sent her to Sculpture Center, New York City to further her practical education as a sculptor. After mastering the figure she became adept at both stone carving and sculpting for bronze casting.
Fields' first one person exhibition was in 1987 at the Lavaggi Gallery in New York City. Since that time, her work has been continually exhibited in American art galleries. She has had solo museum exhibitions at the Bergen Museum of Art & Science, Paramus, New Jersey, and The Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, Florida. Solo gallery exhibitions include CFM Gallery, NYC, NY; Roslyn Sailor Fine Arts, Margate, NJ; Broadhurst Gallery, Pinehurst, NC; Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester, VT; Pendragon Gallery, Annapolis, MD; White Lights Gallery, Nyack, NY; Barbara Debetz Gallery, NYC, NY; Lavaggi Gallery, NYC, NY; and Six Summit Gallery in Ivoryton, CT. She has also been represented in well over 25 group exhibitions across the United States.
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