Sarah Stone is a North American contemporary artist whose works address life/death cycles and human relationships with nature. Her visual vocabulary is an amalgam of pop-culture influences, ancestral memories, and dreams.
Largely self-taught in painting, she studied film animation at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts before relocating to LA in 1981. There she discovered the Venice studios of Roger Corman where she worked as a prop maker, animator, and muralist. This began a lengthy career designing props and sets for film and theater, laying the foundation for her current multi-disciplinary art practice.
She has exhibited in galleries across the US, including Ghost Gallery, Seattle, Sylvia White Gallery, Agoura, and Gabba Gallery, LA, the Ontario Museum of History and Art, San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, The Autry Museum, and Lancaster MOAH/Cedar.
Sarah now lives and works in a San Fernando Valley canyon where the cycles of nature provide daily inspiration.
My artworks are allegorical stories about interdependence, randomness, and the questionable existence of finality. I am interested in the parentheses before and after endings, and the spaces between dreams.
Through art I examine my feelings about the present by creating imagined alternate realities.
Sarah Stone, 2022
Art about Nature & Being.
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