Carlos Page was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1989 he moved to San Francisco, California to work as an apprentice to Argentine artist Pepe Ozan. It was there that Carlos had his first experiences working with steel, concrete and other materials.
After a brief return to Buenos Aires, Carlos moved to New York City to reside and study. He began attending Hunter College in 1996 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in January of 2001 with a Bachelor degree from Hunter’s Honors program. Within that program, Carlos focused on the study of art. Carlos began to create his first sculptures at Hunter, drawing his inspiration from the energy of the people and places that he encountered during his extensive travels.
In February 2001 Carlos opened a sculpture and furniture studio in Hoboken New Jersey, where he continues his work today. Over the years Carlos has participated in many nationally juried arts festivals and design shows. More recently in 2014, Carlos relocated his studio to the beautiful Sonoran desert region of Arizona, in the town of Cave Creek, where he continues his work today.