American Craft

THOMAS GENTILLE Fellow

A THOMAS GENTILLE BROOCH is at once compressed and expansive, instantly recognizable and ultimately mysterious. Over a few square inches, one of Gentille’s pieces might present something like tilled pastureland, only in bright yellow and burnt red instead of green and brown, or a miniaturized high-rise tipped on its side, or Arctic water

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