Originally from the Dorset coast, Stephen completed a degree in Fine Art, Sculpture and now lives with his family in rural Mid Wales where he creates bronze sculptures from his studio in the Tanat Valley. These works have a timeless quality, partly influenced by ancient art and artifacts as well as containing more contemporary references they attempt to make connections between our ancient neurological wiring and our modern existence. “21st century software running on a 10, 000 year old hard drive.”
Sculptures by stephen page
BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art, Sculpture, Southampton 1994.,BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art, Sculpture, Southampton 1994.
Upper palaeolithic cave art and tool making. Ice Age artefacts and portable art. Cycladic Art. African Boli Figures. British museum collections. Tribal artworks. Hand-held tools both ancient and modern. Egyptian hieroglyphics. Contemporary design.
Dragon Screens: Cast bronze and fabricated stainless steel screen. Wrexham Borough Council, 2001
Series of Cast Bronze sculptural signage for the Ann Griffiths Walk in Montgomeryshire. 2005
Bronze Awards for Young Farmers: "Young Entrepreneur" 2006
Commissioned by Film maker Sean Harris to make a series of Wild Boar sculptures for his animated film "Y Twrch Trwyth". 2007
Bronze Awards for the Powys Eisteddfod. 2008.