Immersed in nature and art, Paige Bradley believes that through the figure an artist can speak a universal language that is timeless and essential. Bradley's inspiration comes from her connection to the world, her relationships with others, and the self.
Born in Carmel, California, Paige Bradley knew she would be an artist from the early age of nine years old, and began casting work in bronze by seventeen. Following her inspiration, Bradley went to Pepperdine University where she studied sculpture and painting, including a year in Florence, Italy focused on art history and drawing.
In 1995 Paige was given the coveted position of assistant sculptor to the Atlanta Olympic Games.
By 2001 she was voted into the National Sculpture Society, the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, and The Salmagundi Club as a professional sculptor.
In 2006 Bradley's sculpture was featured in over a dozen galleries and master workshops and is now instantly recognizable worldwide. A masterful elegance in her figures, Paige's sculpture is sought out for public and private commissions both monumental and intimate.
In 2014, "Expansion" blending bronze with electricity was named as one of the top 25 most creative sculptures in the world.