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Fe26 is the website that showcases my work. I specialise in making work from recycled and salvaged materials. As well as the work on display here, I also work to commission to create works tailor-made to your taste and requirements.

I originally trained as a sculptor at Bath Academy of Art. As well as my degree, I was awarded a scholarship by the Henry Moore Foundation.

I have worked in a variety of disciplines over the years in areas of Sculpture and Design. I also spent some time working as 3D Animator in the games industry, contributing to top selling games published by Electronic Arts.

2011 saw me exhibiting my lights in Bath and Chelsea. These were shows organised by the Handmade In Britain organisation. In both exhibitions the work was very well received.

“Nick Page’s work shone through as the stand-out designer this year, one to watch for the future. His work, which incorporates his background in sculpture, had many heads turning” Piyush Suri - Handmade in Britain

I am also featured in the design book; ‘Handmade in Britain’ - authored by Piyush Suri and published by Vivays publishing.

In 2012, I took part in the 'Ornamental Status' exhibition at 5th Base Gallery in London.

In 2014 I moved to Ramsgate in Kent. There I have been involved in two public sculpture collaborations with Theresa Smith of Mooch Design. The first was 'Ramsgate Crown' in 2014 and the second was 'Perfugium Miseris' in 2016. More information of these works can be found by clicking on Gallery - Sculpture. There is also a link to Mooch Design in 'Links'.

I recently purchased a 7.5 ton Horsebox to convert to a mobile studio. I am in the process of looking to buy some land to put it on. This will also be used as and outdoor creative space both for myself and other artists.

My work is made primarily from recycled materials. This choice is not just for the environmental benefits, but also for the inherent qualities they bring. 

So have a browse through the site and I hope you like what you see.