Page’s compositions employ multiple layers of monochromatic hues that cascade the canvas. Working with a delicate color palette, at first glance Page’s works appear soft, subtle, and delicate. Closer inspection reveals an arduous and meticulous process, in which over the course of many days, paint is both poured and applied with long, sweeping brush strokes, layer upon layer. With each composition focusing on a singular hue, Page’s work is a sophisticated study in perception, exploring how measured changes in color and light can effect shifts in visual understanding.  Rendered on an imposing scale, her compositions become enveloping environments of their own.