Gregory Page is an artist living and working in Ithaca, New York.
MFA, University of Wisconsin; Madison, WI (1977)
Associate Professor of Print Media and Drawing, Cornell University; Ithaca, NY (since 1980)
Co-Founder of Ink Shop Printmaking Center/Olive Branch Press; Ithaca, NY (1999)
Page participated in a collaborative project at Normal Editions Workshop in the School of Art at Illinois State University in 2013. He was a presenter of a demonstration during the Frontiers in Printmaking conference in 2007. Page also participated in the workshop and resulting portfolio, Another Normal Conception in the summer of 1980.
Motifs from ISU Greenhouse Selections I is included in the Illinois Artists traveling exhibition available from Normal Editions Workshop.
Gregory Page selecting plant leaves at the Illinois State University Greenhouses, March 2013
Jessica Chambers and Gregory Page tour greenhouse at Illinois State University
Alyssa Tauber helps Gregory Page with selecting a variety of plants at the ISU greenhouse
Gregory Page composing elements for the mylar drawings
Gregory Page and Veda Rives coating plant material with prepared wash
Gregory Page drawing with Stone's Paste Tusche lithographic wash using the coated leaves on the mylar
Gregory Page speaks with students about his working methods
Alyssa Tauber assists Gregory Page with removing leaves from the mylar
Alyssa Tauber and Greg Page work with the plant material to reveal the image on the mylar
Veda Rives. Greg Page, and Richard Finch reviewing a test plate in preparation for the photo lithography plate exposures
Richard Finch and Gregory Page preparing a photo lithographic plate with the image from the first mylar
Veda Rives and Gregory Page proof the first plate
Christopher Hagen assists at the press by sponging for the first plate printed by Greg Page
Alyssa Tauber and Gregory Page printing the second plate
Veda Rives and Gregory Page printing the third plate
Informal discussions with Gregory Page (center right) and students at the Gallery 129 show of his work