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Sarah Stockstill

From her studio in a reimagined commercial space on a busy L.A. thoroughfare, artist Sarah Stockstill creates luminous large-scale paintings exploring color and movement.

Sarah Stockstill Portrait

Enormous canvases line the walls of Sarah Stockstill’s classic ground floor studio, a soaring space that leads to an upstairs loft. There she’s created a welcoming living space, peeling back the years to expose the history of the place, baring the brick, revealing the curving beams and adding cozy spaces. A gilded stool, a precious heirloom from her late grandmother, shares space with a large ceramic created by her daughter, a sculptor.

"I love to have things that are special and beautiful and sturdy—I cook and I like to actually use pieces. Let’s make some things, let’s put them to task. It’s nice to have something utilitarian that’s like art." Stockstill’s open kitchen centers around a large marble-topped island, where she regularly hosts casual dinners. Some of her favorite things from GEARYS reveal her love of a creative mix. “It’s important to create an environment that feeds your soul, feeds your spirit, and feeds into what you create—it’s uplifting.”

Sarah Stockstill's open kitchen featuring a mix of GEARYS products

*Shown above: White Marble Round Bowl, Large, L'Objet Cubisme Vase, L'Objet Tulum Tribal Diamond Vase, Georg Jensen Cafu Vases in Gold and Glass

Sarah Stockstill's studio desk & side table featuring a mix of GEARYS products
*Shown above: Herend Limited Edition Hippopotamus, Richard Ginori Vecchio White Square Dessert Plate, Baccarat Abysse Large Clock, Lalique Gorilla Sculpture, Black, Georg Jensen Cafu Vase, Stainless Steel, WOLF Blake Valet Tray. Shown below: Moulin Roty Mademoiselle Eglantine Doll, Limited Edition, Hermès Carnets d'Equateur Small Bowl & Voyage en Ikat Dinnerware

Sarah Stockstill's studio featuring GEARYS products

"When you find something that has meaning and the kind of quality that will last, you’re finding future heirlooms...artful pieces that have a story." -Sarah Stockstill