Mary MacGill

Mary MacGill is a New York based artist and designer working primarily in gold and precious stones. Her minimalist style finds root in the ever-evolving shorelines of the American Northeast; delicately handcrafted, each composition evolves with everyday wear.  Combining the fragility of wire with the strength of stone, MacGill’s work falls in the lineage of mentor Kazuko Oshima as well as sculptor Alexander Calder, focusing on the beauty of suspended imperfections.  Unlike many modern jewelers, MacGill eschews chemical and heat processes in favor of the simple, natural, handcrafted aesthetic of ancient jewelry making traditions.