Beginning with pencil and paper at nine years old, Paige Bradley took her art seriously from a young age. Born in California in 1974, she was educated at The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Philadelphia) and Pepperdine University (Malibu, California and Florence, Italy). As an artist, a businesswoman, and a happily married mother of two, Bradley’s life today is busy and abundant.
A leading figurative sculptor of this generation, Bradley explores the human body as the vehicle to communicate today’s struggles, isolations, limitations, and brokenness. Her work conveys the light of the spirit and the power of the body while capturing a beautiful mortality that is both fragile and fierce. Listed several times as having created the world’s most intriguing and creative works of art, people are profoundly connected to the images and stories of Bradley’s sculptures.
The artist’s studio is now located in Stamford, Connecticut. Over the last 20 years she has had sculpture studios in London, California, and New York. She has worked with the same foundry since she was 17, often doing her own patinas and detail work. Bradley’s collectors know her as a prolific perfectionist who creates art that speaks to today’s sensibilities and that will also be enjoyed for generations to come.
Bradley is represented by Chloe Gallery (San Francisco), Cutter & Cutter Fine Art Galleries (St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach, FL), Panter & Hall (London, England), Principle Gallery (Charleston, SC and Alexandria, VA), Thornwood Gallery (Houston, TX), and Windsor Fine Art (New Orleans, LA).