Grace Hummerston is a jewellery designer and maker based in Perth, Western Australia who currently has a full time practice from her studio just out of the city.
Her work predominantly consists of super bright, translucent and high key colour recycled acrylic shapes which she designs and laser cuts herself. Her pieces are created from industrial discards, aiming to divert plastic waste from entering landfill by extending the life through creative re-use practices.
Grace’s work is all hand etched and painted, and are all one-off, unique pieces. Grace draws inspiration from 1970’s and 1980’s fashion, culture and design aesthetics. Fun and spontaneity are at the heart of her work with big, bold and fun shapes, pattern, bright colour and unique statement pieces.
Grace welcomes commissions and delivers workshops. You can find her work online and at the following outlets ::
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth WA
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Crawley WA
Yallingup Galleries, Yallingup WA
Mundaring Arts Centre, Perth WA
Found- Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA
Petrichor Gallery, Walpole WA
John Curtin Gallery Shop, Bentley WA
CRAFT- Craft and Design Centre, Canberra ACT
Australian Design Centre, Darlinghurst NSW
Bridget Kennedy Project Space, North Sydney NSW
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra ACT