Paige Fox is a Los Angeles-based studio artist, working in oil and colored pencil to create visceral imagery exploring the complicated relationship between desire and disgust.
Paige received her undergraduate degree from UCLA while concurrently attending Otis College of Art and Design. Throughout her education, she focused on the study of the human body and its cultural significance, from fine art to anatomy with prosected cadavers, to fashion design. During this time, Paige produced several runway fashion collections exploring biomimetic design and folk-horror motifs.
In her own work, Paige renders uncomfortable, visceral, or sexual subject matter in precious, pastel-colored vignettes to capture the vulnerability of disgust and desire. Her pieces are often personal and introspective, exploring themes of exploitation, sexuality, and vulnerability.