The Good Son: Bruno Gambone

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“This bottle set was created by Italian ceramic artist Bruno Gambone, son of the legendary potter Guido Gambone. In the 1960s he left his father’s workshop and decided to become a painter, moving to Greenwich Village, where he frequented the studios of Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Roy Lichtenstein. Gambone, at seventy-five, continues to create unique modern forms, and although he has received great recognition in Europe, he is still fairly unknown in the United States.”

Susan L. Tillman
TOJ Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland