Alex Grey

Transfigurations: An Evening with Alex Grey
Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 7:00pm
HPNP Auditorium (Directions)

Visionary artist and co-founder of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors in NYC, Alex Grey's paintings "X-ray" multi-dimensional reality. His visual meditations on the nature of consciousness interweave biological anatomy with psychic/spiritual energy.  From rock stars to scientists, Grey's art inspires, informs and illuminates the inexplicable.  Join us for an unforgettable pictorial one-man show of the life and work of this unique artist icon and thinker on the mission of art, and discover the next level of your own divinity.

Bio of Alex Grey
Alex Grey's groundbreaking artwork has reached millions through his six books, extensive reproduction of his artwork, and dozens of key-note addresses and exhibitions from Tokyo to Sao Paulo.  Alex's art and life has been featured on the Discovery Channel, and in The New York Times, Newsweek and Time magazines.

Alex Grey's live, on stage, painting appearances, his collaboration with major rock bands, the use of his images in elaborate rock concert stage sets, his music video animations, and his Grammy award winning album art for Tool, Beastie Boys, Nirvana and SCI (among others) have led to the celebration of his artwork by millions of music fans.

Committed to art that celebrates oneness, Alex and Allyson Grey, his wife and companion of 34 years, co-founded the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, (CoSM -- cosm.org).  CoSM, first a 12,000 square foot spiritual/cultural center in the heart of New York City, is now flourishing in a more tranquil setting, CoSM Art Sanctuary. where the Greys are evolving a core curriculum of art classes based on the philosophy of "art as a spiritual practice."

All events are free and open to the public. You do NOT have to be a UF student to attend.



 

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