Page Graeber grew up in Southern California and has been involved with art all her life. Graeber won a four-year scholarship to the renowned Chouinard Art Institute, where she majored in Motion Picture and Television Arts.
KLAS-TV(CBS affiliate) in Las Vegas was the start of her professional career as an art director and one of the highlights of Graeber's advertising career was winning the woman of Achievement Award" from the Business & Professional Women's Association in 1985.
Graeber's path has taken her from television art director, advertising agency owner, college painting instructor, newspaper advertising director to guest lecturer at USC's Business Women's West, '83 conference. While living in Laguna Beach, California, Graeber was juried into the Laguna Beach Art Association and her "free-time" fine art painting started to develop.
Moving to Paso Robles in 1990, she became more involved in the local art scene. Architectural ink drawings for a note card series titled "Our Town- Paso Robles" and "Central Coast Missions" along with watercolor, acrylic and mixed media paintings have kept her busy.
In 2007, Graeber completed 2 murals for The Paso Robles Children’s Museum, Theatre Room and a new Paso Robles, La Bellasera Hotel Spa & Suites, Patio Dining Room.