Professional Lecturer, Fine Arts, Studio Arts Program
David Page is an artist and educator who has exhibited in over 60 shows, including solo shows, biennials, and trade show expositions. In addition to having worked as a freelance artist with concept drawings at Experience Music Project in Seattle and display props in the Smithsonian's Museum of African American Culture in Anacostia, he has fabricated sculptural set pieces for feature films The Euphoria Project and Hannibal. He lives in Baltimore with his wife (and jewelry designer) Lauren Schott and pit-bulls, Mavis and Voltaire.
Current Research & Exhibition
Sculptor in Residence, American University
Mr. Page's work deals largely with perceived threat as opposed to probable danger, our need for safety, notions of punishment in pursuit of security and the hidden or ignored brutality that underpins everyday life.
He recently showed his solo show, “Ornamental Cookery”, at the Katzen Art Center at American University.
- 2012: Individual Artist Award: Crafts, Maryland State Arts Council
- 2011: Faculty Development Grant, Corcoran College of Art and Design
- 2009: Individual Artist Award: Sculpture, Maryland State Arts Council
- 2007: Individual Artist Award: Sculpture, Maryland State Arts Council
- 2006: Sondheim Prize Finalist
- 2004: Trawick Prize Winner
- 2001: The Sadat Art for Peace Award, University of Maryland (included the commission of a small sculptural object that was presented to Nelson Mandela upon his visit to the university)
- 1997: Award for Excellence: American Craft Council
- 1996: Individual Artist Award: New Media, Maryland State Arts Council
- “Location Identity, Place”, a critical review of the work of Luis Flores, Cara Ober, Charles Fairchild and Kim Cadmus Owens, Published by “Link” as part of Maryland Art Placeʼs Criticsʼ Residency Program
National Diploma in Fine Art, Sculpture & Drawing, Cape Technikon, Cape Town, South Africa
MFA Fine Art, University of Maryland at College Park