Gracie Hinitt’s jewellery takes inspiration from typography, vintage stationery and architecture.  Her beautifully minimalist pieces are characterised by refined geometric forms and clean lines.  Polished paperclip inspired earrings and necklaces serve to elevate the forms of everyday functional items into precise pieces of wearable sculpture.

Gracie Hinitt studied Contemporary Applied Arts at Hereford College of Arts in 2006.  In her final year Gracie visited New York and was captivated by the dominant and expressive architecture, the grid like structures of buildings, windows and the city layout, which appealed to her liking for order and repetition.  Gracie works from her studio on the side of the Malvern Hills.

Quercus Gallery is delighted to be showing a collection of Gracie’s earrings, necklaces and bracelets at the gallery in Bradford-on-Avon.  If you’d like to receive a list of available work, with images and prices, please contact Evie.