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Simon Page makes drawings and paintings exploring themes of place, identity and landscape. Recent work has emerged from coming to terms with living in a post-pandemic, climate crisis era and the existential challenge that this new context presents. 
His work is currently on show at the Encounters Art Space as part of the Brighton Festival, until the end of May, and at The Royal Scottish Academy, until June 16th, in their annual exhibition.
In 2022 his work was exhibited at The Norwegian Church, Cardiff and at The National Maritime Museum Swansea as part of the exhibition celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Wales Coast Path, a collaboration between 10 artists and 10 poets.

He was longlisted for the
 2024 Jackson Art Prize and shortlisted for the 2023 Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize.
His work is held in many private and corporate collections.
He studied at Colchester Institute and Homerton College, Cambridge. He has taught Art throughout his career. He is based near the Suffolk coast and in London, and roaming far and wide. 
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