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The Second Hardest Hitter in Hamilton

Greg Page is the…

23 September – 5 October
Opening: Tues 23rd Sept 5.30 – 7pm

“I have been playing drums for almost fifteen years and during that time I’ve broken many sticks, skins, knuckles, cymbals and even a couple of drums.

Over the past couple of years I have been playing in a Hamilton based metal band called World War Four and the attrition rate of my gear has doubled. I began collecting my destroyed skins and cymbals and painting on them.

After a particularly rocking show, someone said I was probably the hardest hitter they had seen. I shook my head as it is a known fact that Terry from M.S.U is the hardest hitter in Hamilton. Terry doesn’t paint. I do.”
-Greg Page

To see more of Greg’s work visit his exhibition page at satellitegallery.co.nz or artbythepage.com

Satellite Gallery
Corner of St Benedicts Street and Newton Road (Entrance St Benedict’s St)
Newton, Auckland

Open:
11.00 – 7.00 Tuesday
11.00 – 5.00 Wednesday - Friday
10.00 – 3.00 Saturday and Sunday
Entry is free to all.

Many Thanks to Kim Crawford Wines!


ENDS

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