Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us. Or if you prefer to send direct email Please contact: Victoria@jefferypage.com

If you would like to book  an appointment or schedule a consultation please CLICK HERE to make a deposit.

Include a detailed description of ideas you would like to discuss,time frame,and placement on form attached to deposit link.

 

Jeffery Page Rates are as follows:

$175 per hour all new projects

$200 per hour for any coverup

Please Discuss Rates for existing work with Jeffery.

Theses Rates are Valid through Jan 1st 2017

$100 Deposit required for all appointments, deposit goes towards tattoo. All cancellations without 24hr notice will forfeit deposit.

Cash deposits can be dropped off at the studio,

California Gold Tattoo

3321 W Sunset Blvd

Los Angeles CA 90026

323-912-9202

All other inquires or questions here.

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Thank you very much.

All the best,

www.jefferypage.com

3321 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90026
United States

323-912-9202

Jeffery Page Los Angeles Tattooer and artist. official website, book appointments, purchase artwork and schedule consultations.

Specializing in traditional, black and grey tattooing.

Coverup and reworking old tattoos available. Please contact with any questions and inquiries.

 

Painting, Thoughts, and Patience.

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Painting, Thoughts, and Patience.

Jeffery Page

 It is September 8th, 2016, currently the Sandlot is on in the background. I'm sipping on some wine from Santa Cruz while the loving eyes from Sabine and Charlotte my dogs watch above their plateau of pillows observing my every move. As I edit paintings, photos and tattoos to be posted on the world wide web. I am sitting here listening to the building of friendships and memories of someone else while it has struck a chord of my own reflection. That reflection is of the one I currently stare at. It is a man throughout a world of blue who still see's the bright side in this dark world. I reflected upon this and the time to realize that the true meaning was just "Hope". This memory is now part of a collection of a good friend Rodney Wirtz's collection. This piece was painted as my first real acrylic painting with underpainting during a time of disbelief. I had conflicts with business, life, and the world. I honestly felt the empathy of my surroundings as never before. During this time I lived in Hollywood, California and we were ending our reign under George W. and my friend Steven Daily asked me to be part of the group show "Gag me with a Toon 3". This was my submission that was featured in the LA WEEKLY. Stay tuned or tooned as the patience of my current thoughts will be shown through painting. Sincerely Me your friend Jeffery Page