Lynn, Vanessa S.
January 1993
Surface Design Journal;Winter93, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents a reprint of the essay "Thomas Gentille: The Permanence of the Ephemeral," by Vanessa S. Lynn, which appeared in the Fall 1991 issue of "Metalsmith." This essay focuses on Gentille's works as a painter and sculptor who uses unconventional materials to pursue his fine art goals, and its connection with textile design.


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