Tom works out of his studio on the shores of Lake Pokegama in rural Cohasset, Minnesota. Tom's wife, Deborah Katz-Page, also an artist, raised there two children Max and Annie in this northern Minnesota environment.

"Creativity through art" has always been a family pursuit. It has allowed th Page family to define their own identities and follow their own interests to successfull results.

A favorite quote by Walter Lippman is often echoed in the house, "Where everyone thinks alike. no one thinks very much"

Tom enjoys working in several mediums. Drawing is the fundemental "shorthand" of making notes and recording ideas, cast bronze is his principle three dimensional medium with ceramics acting as an adjunct medium.

His creations are made for "public places and private collectors". Much of his smaller work is cast as limited editions usually running 12-24 pieces per edition. He also creates monumental "one off"/ public works for municipalities, Campuses, corporations and churches.

With over 40 years of experience and hundreds of sculptures to his credit, Tom retains a creative perspective on the human figure. "Interaction with the human form is our first experience when we are born and hopefully our final experience when we depart. It is a wonder of mechanics and biology. The human form can be an object of desire and is a vehicle of our existence. How could we not be fascinated by it".

Tom is currently working on a series of skiers



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