Peter Randall-Page studied at Bath Academy of Art between 1973 and 1977. He then moved to London and spent a year working with the sculptor Barry Flanagan.
In 1980 he won the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship to study marble carving in Italy. Between 1989 and 1996 he worked on a project called 'Local Distinctiveness and in 1992 participated in a Stone Sculpture Symposium in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. In 1994 he was invited to be Artist in residence at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania following which he conducted an Australian lecture tour with the help of a British Council travel award.
In 1995 he became an Advisor to Devon County Council on redesigning areas in the centre of Tavistock and in 1998 he was included in the BBC Television Series 'Date with an Artist 'and exhibited his work in a touring show that accompanied the series. In 1999 Peter Randall-Page was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Plymouth and the same year he participated in an architectural ceramics symposium, entitled 'Creating the Yellow Brick Road'. In 2000 he became a Research Fellow in Visual Performance at Dartington College.
Since 1977 Peter Randall-Page has exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions in the UK and abroad. He has been represented by Anne Berthoud Gallery in London and the Stephen Lacey Gallery. His work has been on show at Arnolfini, Bristol, the Tate Gallery London, Manchester City Art Gallery, Roche Court Sculpture Garden, Mall Gallery London, Chelsea Harbour Sculpture, John Hansard Gallery Southampton, and the Leeds City Art Gallery, Goodwood and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
These are only some of the many key venues. His work is included in numerous Public Collections including The British Museum, The British Council, The Contemporary Art Society, University of Tasmania, Tate Gallery and the British Embassy in Dublin.