PAIGE BRADLEY

PAIGE BRADLEY

“Art is not entertainment. Art is not luxury goods. Art is culture. It is you and me.”

Recent Posts

Petition: Getting Expansion Back to Brooklyn – Your Feedback

Hello, This page was where we asked people to leave their names and comments to support the petition to Get Expansion Back to Brooklyn. To manage signatures easily we have moved the petition here. But […]

News and Links about Expansion

Latest News About Expansion A presentation has been produced in the hope to get support from the local authorities in Brooklyn and New York for the permanent placement of the sculpture Expansion. – October 2014 […]

Images of Expansion

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

The Story of Expansion

“From the moment we are born, the world tends to have a box already built for us to fit inside.  Our umbilical cord never seems to be severed; we only find new needs to fill. If […]

Paige Bradley: Celebrating 20 Years in Sculpture

World-acclaimed figurative sculptor announces her Solo Exhibition launching on July 19 at Classic Art Gallery, Carmel – CA. PRESS RELEASE, July 10 2014 Paige Bradley, a Carmel native sculptor known for high standards of achievement […]

Expansion Sculpture on Public Display at Henley Festival (9-13 July 2014)

PRESS RELEASE  – London, 26 June 2014 Award-winning sculptor Paige Bradley has selected three of her sculptures to take part in the prestigious Henley Festival in Henley-on-Thames (UK) on 9-13 July 2014, including Expansion , […]

Metamorphosis

Hello, My name is Leo.  I am a girl friend of Paige and work closely with her, mainly overseeing her communications and marketing. Paige has asked me a couple of months ago to write a […]

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. […]

Women, the Sacred

As a young female born in the twentieth century, I have become more and more saddened by the loss of feminine power that generations have seen within the last thousand years.  I have grown up […]

Barbie on Sports Illustrated?!

Hurrah to all the ballet companies and fashion designers that no longer celebrate the anorexic women.  Hurrah to all of them for supporting a healthier female.  Why can’t Sports Illustrated do the same?  Don’t they […]