Peter Randall-Page studied at Bath Academy of Art. He is a regular participant in sculpture symposiums and residencies throughout the world.
Much of Randall-Page’s work is in carved stone and is often deceptively simple. At the core of his artistic practice is a passion for the natural world and its organic geometry. His sculptures contain an inner tension and energy expressed through an individual use of mathematical structure and pattern.
“I have become aware that the forms that nature produces result from a dynamic tension between a tendency towards self-ordering and an equally strong tendency for random variation.”
Randall-Page’s work is held in major collections throughout the world including Tate and the British Museum in London. He has exhibited widely and completed many major commissions including ‘Seed’ for the Eden Project, ‘Give and Take’ for Newcastle upon Tyne, which won the 2006 Marsh Award for Public Sculpture and ‘Mind’s Eye’ for Cardiff University. In 2007 he was invited by the Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation to participate in the ‘Rock Music, Rock Art’ project on Lolui Island, Uganda. This culminated in his major solo show of the same name, the inaugural exhibition of Pangolin London. In 2009 the Yorkshire Sculpture Park held the most comprehensive survey of his work to date.