PETER RANDALL-PAGE lives and works in an idyllic, unspoilt valley on the edge of Dartmoor in Devon. He is immersed in and inspired by Nature, to the extent that all of his work is based on the study of natural forms and patterns. From a very early age he was interested in the “amazing perfection of the way things grow and the patterns in Nature. In seemingly disparate contexts you’ll find the same spiral forms, for example in the way water moves, in snail shells and in galaxies.” As time has gone on Peter has become more and more interested in the underlying principles that determine the incredible ...


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