Artist: Hoxxoh, Photo: by Edel Mohr

Sarah Page

About Sarah Page

Based out of: St. Petersburg
With a day job in the non-profit industry, Sarah Page creates marketing materials, donor communications and supports fundraising efforts. She often uses wood, stains, and a variety of paints when creating her bold and eye-catching work. She has completed two other murals in the Tampa Bay area.

About the Mural

A beautiful woman in a spacesuit tumbles across deep blue and orange waves, on this mural by Sarah Page.

The address, 4139 7th Terrace South, will get you close. This is one of 5 murals just North of that building, facing the Pinellas Trail.

The title of this work is Progress. 23 feet high and 65 feet long, the mural is inspired by a black and white photo of astronaut Anna Lee Fisher, printed in Life magazine in 1985. . . the first mother in space.

Her face and her spacesuit are white and grey and black, the shades of a black and white photograph contrasting with the richly colored background. The top two thirds of the mural are mostly deep blue green, the colors of an ocean that’s rippling with waves.

The bottom third of the mural is rich orange, with subtle lines of clouds.

The blue green waves behind rise to their highest point around her waist, like a tidal surge blocking the sky. Beyond the sea, the top edge of the mural is blue, and thick with glowing out-of-focus stars, like an impressionistic painting.

The astronaut floats across the mural, her legs stretching toward the left, her head aimed at the right, her body arcing in a curve. Her right knee is slightly bent, almost touching the top of the mural..

Her left leg hangs weightless, stretching out and down, toward the bottom of the mural. One corner of her boot is cut off as it falls below the edge.

Her legs arcs down and to the left – her head and shoulders rising, stretching toward the right. Her white spacesuit is elegant and slender, stylized with black lines that indicate that the knees and elbows are flexible. Two angled black lines form a V where her legs join her torso. Two tubes stretch across her hips, in the shape of a curve that echoes that V, in reverse.

Her chest is covered by a simple, rectangular breathing apparatus. Her helmet is wide and rounded, with a streamlined metal ring around her neck and metal arcing behind her head. The metal bands that frame her face meet at an oversized circular joint with a dark center, behind her ear.

The shield she’s looking through is clear. It glints in the light, revealing a dark interior that frames her striking, stylized face. Her face is calm and focused, looking up.

Her left arm is bent, drifting toward her left hip. Her left hand rests on a large transparent bubble, glinting in the light and revealing the textured orange clouds below.

Her right arm stretches up and out, palm up and fingers open, floating on a bubble so large it’s cut off by the top and bottom of the mural, magnifying the rippling blue green sea behind her and the orange clouds below.

The fingers of her right hand stretch beyond the bubble, reaching toward a full Moon in a sea of glowing stars, in the upper right corner of the mural.

The angled white capital letters, “S. PAGE,” are in the lower left corner of the mural, and SHINE 2018. A single white line slashes across “PAGE” – that line is the connected cross-pieces of the letters P, A, G and E.

Sarah Page is based here in St. Pete, with a day job in the nonprofit world. This is her largest mural to date, completed in 7 days with brush and spray paint. Muralist Michael Vahl helped with the astronaut’s face.

Sarah shares a quote from the first and youngest woman to fly in space – and still the only woman to complete a solo mission – Russian cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova.

“A bird cannot fly with one wing. Human space travel cannot develop any further without the active participation of women.”

In this mural, Sarah explains that the astronaut is reaching out into the future, towards new beginnings.

Title: Progress

Address: 4139 7th Terrace S

Building: Pinellas Trail

Installation Date: 2018

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Amy Ilic-Volpe2022

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Chad Mize2022

The Happy Mural Project2022

Greg Mike2021

Mwanel Pierre-Louis2021

Jenipher Chandley2021

Case Maclaim2021

Jared Wright2021

Bakpak Durden2021

Nicole Salgar2021

Ricky Watts2021


Woes Martin2021

Jason Harvin2021

Miss Crit2021

Michael Fatutoa2021

Emily Ding2021

Reid Jenkins2021

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Leo Gomez2021

Ya La'Ford2021


Chad Mize 2021

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Brian Butler2020

Lili Yuan2020

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Tatiana Suarez2020

Elle LeBlanc2020

Mason Schwacke2020

Alex Yanes2020

Kenny Coil and Marc Berenguer2020

Nneka Jones and Bianca Burrows2020


Cecilia Lueza2019

George Rose2019

Morning Breath2019

Vitale Brothers2019

Cory Robinson-CLEAN Campaign2019


Taylor White2019


Princess Smith2019

Brian McAlister, Gibbs High Mural Club and Boys & Girls Club Members2019

JR-Inside Out2019

Paola Delfin2019

Jimmy Breen and Anthony Freese2019

Drew Merritt2019

Low Bros2019

Jay Hoff2019

Taj Tenfold2019

Leo Gomez2019


Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie2019

David Charlton2019

Todd Frain and Creative Clay2019

Haider Ali2018

Ya La Ford2018

Gibbs Rounsavall2018

Angela Faustina2018

Bekky Beukes2018

LOOK The Weird2018


Melanie Posner2018


J and S Signs2018

Sarah Page2018

Nomad Clan2018


Cecilia Lueza2018

Matt Kress2018

Michael Vahl2018

Noirs One2018


Justin Wagher2018


Matthew Hoffman2018


Joram Roukes2017

Jose Mertz2017

Stephen Palladino2017

Yok and Shero2017

Herbert Scott Davis2017


Lauren YS2017

Mikael B2017

ZuluPainter and Thirst2017

Axel Void and L.E.O.2017

Suarez Art2017


Daniel "R5" Barojas2017

Sam Yong2017

Ali Vasquez and Todd Frain2016

Angela Delaplane2016


Arlin Graff2016

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Daniel Mrgan2016

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Michael Reeder2016

Alex Pardee2016

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Dasic Fernandez2016


Mark Gmehling2016

Ya La Ford2016

Ink Werkz Crew2016

Andrew Spear2015

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Michael Vasquez2015

Shark Toof2015

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Ricky Watts2015


Carrie Jadus2015


Greg Mike2015

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Ya La Ford2015

Carrie Jadus2015

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