Paige is an avid traveler. She has climbed to Machu Picchu, hiked in Nepal, gazed upon the wilds of Kenya, and brought this entire world home in her paintings. Each painting is a kind of journey in which the artist retraces her steps, her vantage points and her vision. She recalls places she has traveled to the surface of her mind and articulates them in her paintings with line and color. Perhaps this is the way she not only relives her journeys but also allows us, the viewers, to join her and comprehend her personal and profound experience. - Deanna Sirlin

Paige's large scale oil paintings of nature-based subject matter are included in the collections of the Georgia Museum of Art, Brenau University, King and Spalding, Alston and Bird, the Sutherlin collection, as well as numerous other public and private collections throughout the United States, Germany and Singapore. She has received individual artist’s grants from the Georgia Council for the Arts, the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs and the Fulton County Arts Council. She is the recipient of the 1999 Fairlie-Poplar Legend Award. Paige holds masters degrees in both Art History and Drawing and Painting from the University of Georgia. She taught drawing and painting at Brenau University and Tallulah Falls School.


Awash Falls, Beisa Oryx; Oil on Canvas; 72x72

Camargue Frolic #1; Oil on Canvas; 82x45

Camargue Frolic #2; Oil on Canvas; 72x36

Celadon Horses; Oil on Canvas; 72x72

Doors to Bhaktapur; Bronze Winged Jacana; Oil on Canvas; 84x80

Ethiopia Cranes; Oil on Canvas; 72x72

Heiroglyphics; Oil on Canvas; 78x37

Leaning; Oil on Canvas; 76x90

Nocturnal Realm; Oil on Canvas; 78x74

Sienna Horses; Oil on Canvas; 37x78 SOLD

Still Shadows; Oil on Canvas; 74x60