Peter Randall-Page RA – A little Bit of Infinity


A little Bit of Infinity – small sculpture and drawing

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Peter Randall Page Private View 19 September
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During the spring and early summer of 2020 Peter Randall-Page escaped to a cabin in the woods near his home. Using only hand tools he carved each small sculpture with a continuous line, dividing the surface of a stone into two ‘territories’. This tactile, linear exploration is carried onto new drawings. Ink takes to the textured surface of the handmade Indian paper, bleeding and spreading in folded and multiple sheet works.

Peter Randall-Page RA, Evolution 7, Ink on Khadi paper in four sheets, 51 x 83cm

“When you are working, subconsciously shaping something, the stone has a tautness and a strength and you know when the note is right.” PRP

Catalogue available 7 September

Peter Randall-Page

A little Bit of Infinity – small sculpture and drawing

An Illustrated Catalogue accompanies this exhibition with an essay by Philip Ball, author of many popular books on science, including works on the nature of water, pattern formation in the natural world, colour in art and the science of social and political philosophy.

‘The lines appear to bisect their plane, but not as a scalpel does: they partition it with no pretense at economy. They meander like rivers carving up the landscape – you’re always on one side or the other, but stick a pin, blindfold, into the map and there’s no telling which side it will be”


Published Rabley Drawing Centre,

Editor: Meryl Ainslie

Texts: Philip Ball, Meryl Ainslie

Fully illustrated softback, 44pp.

ISBN 978-0-9926817-9-1


Rabley Drawing Centre

Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 2LW

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