Category: Art

CREATING ACCESSIBLE ART

  For years I have been looking for ways to make my artwork more accessible. Receiving emails and responses from people who have never looked at art before, telling me their stories of how Expansion was […]

SCULPTING MOTION AND MOVEMENT

Life is ever changing, always moving and completely unpredictable.   As humans, we must accept the dynamic nature of the universe and stay flexible and agile.  Being able to move and change with our environment […]

Happy New Year

wishing everyone a Happy 2017 from Paige Bradley JANUARY comes with the promise of new things. Whether it is the personal resolutions, the clean sheet of new fallen snow blanketing my front yard, or the […]

New Release Announcement

Paige Bradley announces the release of Expansion Third Life, available in an edition of 40 – dimensions: 17 x 21 x 8 in. Unlike the larger version, the Third Life will be cracked the same […]

Looking Ahead

I am so appreciative of those that love the Expansion piece.   …. And I am just getting started.  So many more sculptures like this to do.  Any kind of support I get makes this […]

Images of Expansion

IMAGES OF EXPANSION #GETTING EXPANSION BACK TO BROOKLYN                                                       […]

FRAUD – WARNING to Artists and Galleries!

Dear All, I caught a fraud attempt on my work in extremis and would like to share details with you so that you can be more aware of suspicious requests should they come to you. […]

The Artist and The Maker

I am a Maker. I fiercely respect the Maker, and I try to be one as often as I can.  It is the most fundamental of human activities– to work with our hands, creating something […]

Art is a universal language.

When I first inquired about an ad I’d seen at The Juilliard School, ‘looking for dancers to model for a sculptor’, my only intention was to put some extra cash in my pocket. I was […]

Art is YOU and I

“Art is not luxury, it is you and I”… I agree, when one collects bronze sculptures, it IS a luxury. But there is no price tag on viewing or appreciating work.  Many of my ‘appreciators’ […]