Educated at Pepperdine University, Paige spent a year in Florence, Italy with the university's study program. There she studied at the Florence Academy
of Art. She went on to continue her education at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia.
Paige's work is full of dichotomies: both the beautiful and the ugly, the liberated and the contained, the falling and the floating. She is always in control
of form but not imprisoned by its literality. The subject matter becomes the most important focusing on humanistic betrayals of modern emotion.
Paige's work is becoming a valuable keystone for the missing figure in contemporary art.