Page Pearson Railsback

"I begin each day with a fresh start, with what I refer to as “Beginners Mind”. I go to my studio and let the work begin, continue or unfold. I paint in plein-air but find myself more satisfied with studio work. I travel frequently and have always enjoyed creatively setting up studio space however small, wherever I am. I divide my time between Massachusetts, Mexico and California. Travel offers me the opportunity to transcend my own self-imposed limits. My work is a loose interpretation of what I see or feel and is becoming more and more abstract. I like to work alone. I work mostly with acrylics, and charcoal and occasionally with oils. I like the quick drying of acrylics and find the medium safer health wise and very flexible to work with. I like to experiment with my markings depending on the different surfaces I am using. I make the application with brushes, palette knife, rags or my hands. My painting is a metaphor for my life. As life brings change and new cycles, my work reflects this change as well as growth, transformation and a sense of freedom. My teaching and paintings come from my spiritual ‘heart work’ expressing joy, peace and optimism that I offer to the viewer."

Page had a solo exhibit at our Gallery in 2005. View the show 'here'.

Also, Page had a small solo show in 2014. See it 'here'.

Page had another solo show in 2017. See it 'here'.

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acrylic, 26"x24"


"In Betwen"
acrylic, 12"x12"


"White Flowers"
acrylic, 12"x12"


"Roses II."
acrylic, 38"x28"