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lord god, we all to thee give praise,
thanksgivings meet to thee we raise,
that angel hosts thou didst create
around thy glorious throne to wait.

they shine with light and heav’nly grace
and constantly behold thy face;
they heed thy voice, they know it well,
in godly wisdom they excel.

they never rest nor sleep as we;
their whole delight is but to be
with thee, lord jesus, and to keep
thy little flock, thy lambs and sheep.

the ancient dragon is their foe;
his envy and his wrath they know.
it always is his aim and pride
thy christian people to divide.

as he of old deceived the world
and into sin and death was hurled,
so now he subtly lies in wait
to ruin school and church and state .

a roaring lion round he goes,
no halt nor rest he ever knows;
he seeks the christians to devour
and slay them by his dreadful power.

but watchful is the angel band
that follows christ on every hand
to guard his people where they go
and break the counsel of the foe.

for this, now and in days to be,
our praise shall rise, o lord, to thee,
whom all the angel hosts adore
with grateful songs forevermore.

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Alex Grey

For other people with similar names, see Alex Gray (disambiguation).

Alex Grey (born November 29, ) is an American visual artist, author, teacher, and Vajrayana practitioner known for creating spiritual and psychedelic paintings.[1] He works in multiple forms including performance art, process art, installation art, sculpture, visionary art, and painting. He is also on the board of advisors for the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and is the Chair of Wisdom University's Sacred Art Department. He and his wife Allyson Grey are the co-founders of The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (CoSM), a non-profit organization in Wappingers Falls, New York.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Grey was born on November 29, in Columbus, Ohio.[3] His father was a graphic designer and artist.[3] Grey was the middle child.[4] He attended the Columbus College of Art and Design for two years before dropping out.[5] Grey went on to study art the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts in Boston in [6][7] At the end of art school, Grey met his wife Allyson at a party where they both ingested LSD and later bonded over the experience.[6] He reported that the LSD was initially given to him by his professor.[6]

Career[edit]

A viewer in front of Grey's art in

Grey learned anatomy by working to prepare cadavers for dissection at Harvard Medical School's anatomy department, a position he held for five years.[7] He worked as a medical illustrator for approximately ten years in order to support his studio art practice.[3] Grey also taught anatomy and figure sculpture at New York University[7] for a period of ten years.[4]

Grey is best known for his psychedelic paintings and illustrations.[1] In Grey's artwork was exhibited at the New Museum in New York City.[1]

Alex and Allyson Grey have worked collaboratively and have openly supported the use of entheogens.[1]Mending the Heart Net, an interactive installation artwork by Alex and Allyson Grey, was displayed at Baltimore's American Visionary Art Museum in –99 as part of the exhibition “Love: Error and Eros”.[8]

In , the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego held a mid-career retrospective of Grey's work titled “Sacred Mirrors: The Visionary Art of Alex Grey”.[9] That same year, Grey was noticed by guitarist Adam Jones of the progressive metal band Tool, who later featured his artwork on their albums Lateralus and 10, Days.[7]

Illustrations created by Grey have been selected to appear on albums for musical groups such as the Beastie Boys and Nirvana,[3] as well as Meshuggah[10] and The String Cheese Incident.[11]Newsweek magazine, and the Discovery Channel, have featured his artwork. His images have been printed onto sheets of blotter acid[12] and have been used on flyers to promote Rave events.[4]

Grey's artwork has been exhibited worldwide, including at Feature Inc., Tibet House US, Stux Gallery, P.S. 1, the Outsider Art Fair, the Grand Palais in Paris, and the Sao Paulo Biennial in Brazil.[4]

Grey has been a keynote speaker at conferences in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Basel, Barcelona and Manaus.[4] In the book Psychedelia, author Patrick Lundborg credits Grey as "the leading psychedelic artist of today, and also one of the foremost proponents of Visionary Art as a style."[13]

The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors[edit]

Main article: The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors

Grey's project The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (CoSM) first opened to the public in Chelsea, New York in and drew visionary and psychedelic art fans to the site for four years until its closure in December [1] The CoSM featured 20 life-size paintings of standing human figures Grey created in the early s.[1]

The Grey’s reopened CoSM in Wappingers Falls, New York, a community within Hudson Valley.

Paintings[edit]

Alex Grey painting in

Grey's paintings are a blend of sacred, visionary art and postmodern art. He is best known for his paintings of glowing anatomical human bodies, images that “x-ray” the multiple layers of reality.[2] His art is a complex integration of body, mind, and spirit. The Sacred Mirrors, a life-sized series of 21 paintings, took 10 years to complete, and examines in detail the physical and metaphysical anatomy of the individual. "The inner body is meticulously rendered - not just anatomically precise but crystalline in its clarity".[14] Many of his paintings include detailed representations of the skeleton, nervous system, cardiovascular system, and lymphatic system. Grey applies this multidimensional perspective to paint the universal human experience. His figures are shown in positions such as praying, meditating, kissing, copulating, pregnancy, birth, and death.

Grey's work incorporates many religious symbols, including auras, chakras, and icons with geometricshapes and tessellations in natural, industrial, and multicultural situations. Grey's paintings are permeated with an intense and subtle light.

“It is the light that is sublime in Grey’s oeuvre - which is the most important innovation in religious light since the Baroque - and that makes the mundane beings in them seem sublime, in every realistic detail of their exquisite being”.[14]

His highly detailed paintings are spiritual and scientific in equal measure, revealing his psychedelic, spiritual and super-natural view of the human species.[15]

In , Holland Cotter, New York Times art critic wrote, "Alex Grey's art, with its New Age symbolism and medical-illustration finesse, might be described as psychedelic realism, a kind of clinical approach to cosmic consciousness. In it, the human figure is rendered transparently with X-ray or CAT-scan eyes, the way Aldous Huxley saw a leaf when he was on mescaline. Every bone, organ and vein is detailed in refulgent color; objects and space are knitted together in dense, decorative linear webs."[16]

Publications[edit]

Grey published a large format art book, Sacred Mirrors: The Visionary Art of Alex Grey. The book included essays on the significance of Grey's work by Ken Wilber, and by New York art critic, Carlo McCormick.[17]

Grey's The Mission of Art, a philosophy of art,[5] originally published in with a foreword by Ken Wilber was reissued in [18] The book traces the evolution of human consciousness through art history, explores the role of an artist's intention and conscience, and reflects on the creative process as a spiritual path. He promotes the mystical potential of art and argues that the process of artistic creation has an important role to play in the enlightenment of both the artist and the broader culture.[19]

In Transfigurations, published in , Grey addresses his portrayals of light bodies, performance works, his collaborative relationship with Allyson Grey, and their quest to build a Chapel of Sacred Mirrors.[20]

Sounds True has released The Visionary Artist, a CD of Grey's reflections on art as a spiritual practice.

Grey co-edited the book, Zig Zag Zen: Buddhism and Psychedelics (Chronicle Books, , reprinted by Synergetic Press, ).[21]

Films[edit]

As an advocate for sacred art, Grey was the subject of the documentary ARTmind: the healing potential of sacred art.

Grey and the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors gallery in New York City were featured in the documentary CoSM The Movie, directed by Nick Krasnic.[22]

Grey appeared in the film Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within, a documentary about rediscovering an enchanted cosmos in the modern world.[23]

He also appeared in the film DMT: The Spirit Molecule, in which he talked about the importance of the substance DMT in the past and present world, as well as describing some of his personal experiences with the substance and how it influenced his painting.[third-party source needed]

Grey appeared in the documentary film Going Furthur.[24]

Personal life[edit]

In , the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Grey lived in New York City with his wife, painter Allyson Grey. They have one daughter, Zena Grey.[6] Grey is a member of the Integral Institute, formed by his friend Ken Wilber.

Reception[edit]

Affiliated musicians[edit]

Grey's artwork has often been selected for use by musicians.

  • An album of David Byrne remixes called The Visible Man featured Grey's artwork.
  • Michael Hedges's album Torched features one of Grey's Holy Fire paintings on the cover.
  • The liner notes for the Nirvana album In Utero included a reproduction of Grey's painting Muscle System (Pregnant Woman).
  • The String Cheese Incident's album Untying the Not features Grey's work Cosmic Elf, a commission for the cover.
  • Hip-hop group the Beastie Boys featured Grey's Gaia painting and Vision Crystal image on their album Ill Communication.
  • Swedish experimental metal band Meshuggah featured Grey's artwork on their Selfcaged EP.
  • Grey contributed stage design for a Tool tour, album art for 10, Days, and computer-generated graphics for their "Vicarious" video. Tool displayed Grey's work (including Original Face) on their tour. Vision Crystal Tondo, The Torch, and The Great Turn were utilized on the Tool album Fear Inoculum.
  • In a live multimedia performance was recorded as a DVD titled Worldspirit - featuring the animated artwork and live spoken word of Alex Grey, coupled with the project direction and live music of Kenji Williams.
  • The alleged mystical properties of Grey's artwork were discussed in Stuart Davis' DVD Between the Music.
  • Grey's artwork appears on multiple album covers by DJ/Producer Bassnectar .
  • In and , the tribal/psychedelic rock band TELESMA performed Winter Solstice concerts at which Alex and Allyson Grey appeared on stage and painted new original pieces and resulted in Hearing Vision's LIVE a recording.

In the media[edit]

Grey in with one of his artworks.

The covers of Sub Rosa, Newsweek, High Times, Shaman's Drum, Shambhala Sun, Juxtapoz, Vision, Gnosis and The Healing Power of Neurofeedback: The Revolutionary LENS Technique for Restoring Optimal Brain Function have featured Grey's artwork.

The Discovery Channel included Grey in a feature on art and creativity in altered states.

The Viking Youth Power Hourinterviewed Alex and Allyson Grey about the role of sacred art, the holy shenanigans of Burning Man, and the development of his process.

Grey talks about his personal philosophy in the film Cognition Factor.[25]

In Variable Star, a science fiction novel written by Spider Robinson based on a story outline by Robert A. Heinlein, Robinson devotes several pages to his protagonist's discovery of Grey's Sacred Mirrors and Progress of the Soul series, and to using them to enhance meditation.[26]

Books[edit]

  • Sacred Mirrors: The Visionary Art of Alex Grey,Inner Traditions - Bear & Company, ISBN&#;
  • The Mission of Art, Shambhala Publications Inc., ISBN&#;
  • Transfigurations, Inner Traditions - Bear & Company, ISBN&#;
  • CoSM, Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (Alex Grey & Allyson Grey), CoSM Press, ISBN&#;
  • Art Psalms, North Atlantic Books, ISBN&#;
  • Net of Being (Alex Grey & Allyson Grey), Inner Traditions - Bear & Company, ISBN&#;
  • Zig Zag Zen: Buddhism and Psychedelics, (Ed. Allan Badiner, Alex Grey), Synergetic Press, ISBN&#;

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefJohnson, Ken (). "Turning On, Tuning In and Painting the Results (Published )". The New York Times. ISSN&#; Retrieved
  2. ^ abZeiba, Drew (). "In upstate New York, an ecstasy-inspired psychedelic temple rises". The Architect’s Newspaper. Retrieved
  3. ^ abcdLyttle, Thomas (November 29, ). "Interview With Alex Grey". High Times. Retrieved
  4. ^ abcdeErnest, Nuala (August 4, ). "Alex Grey: Net of Being". Issuu. Raw Vission. Retrieved
  5. ^ abRogers, Clay Allen (). "Alex Grey: Art influenced by psychedelics". The Aggie. Retrieved
  6. ^ abcdDavid Ian Miller (March 24, ). "LSD Helped Forge Alex Grey's Spiritual, Artistic and Love Lives". San Francisco Chronicle "Finding My Religion" series.
  7. ^ abcdGrosso, Chris (). "Visionary Art, Psychedelics, Tool: The Mystical Life of Alex and Allyson Grey". Revolver. Retrieved
  8. ^Remesch, Karin (May 17, ). "American Visionary Art Museum". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved
  9. ^"The Artist as Visionary". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved
  10. ^"10 old school album cover artists, you should know about". Noizr. May 8, Retrieved
  11. ^Pareles, Jon (). "A Night To Honor Bands That Jam (Published )". The New York Times. ISSN&#; Retrieved
  12. ^Sexton, Jason S. (Winter ). "Jesus on LSD: When California blotter acid got religion". Boom. 5 (4): 78–84 &#; via University of California Press.
  13. ^Lundborg, Patrick, Psychedelia, An Ancient Culture, A Modern Way of Life, , Lysergia, pg
  14. ^ abKuspit, Donald; Castiglione, Joe (). Van Proyen, Mark (ed.). Alex Grey's Mysticism. Redeeming Art: Critical Reveries. Allworth Press. ISBN&#;.
  15. ^Outsider Art Sourcebook, ed. John Maizels, Raw Vision, Watford, , p
  16. ^Cotter, Holland, The New York Times, Alex Grey Tibet House review, October 4,
  17. ^Grey, Alex (). Sacred Mirrors: The Visionary Art of Alex Grey. Inner Traditions/Bear. ISBN&#;.
  18. ^Grey, Alex (). The Mission of Art. Shambhala Publications. ISBN&#;.
  19. ^"Reviews: The Mission of Art". Publishers Weekly. November 30, Retrieved
  20. ^Grey, Alex (). Transfigurations. Inner Traditions/Bear. ISBN&#;.
  21. ^Rico, Diana (). "A Book of Art and Essays Explores Psychedelics as a Spiritual Technology". Hyperallergic. Retrieved
  22. ^Grey, Alex (). CoSM, the Movie: Chapel of Sacred Mirrors. Docurama. ISBN&#;.
  23. ^Mann, Rod (Director) (). Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within (DVD video). Critical Mass Productions. OCLC&#; Archived from the original on 11 November Retrieved 19 November
  24. ^"Go Furthur at CoSM &#; Blog &#; Alex Grey". www.alexgrey.com.
  25. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  26. ^Heinlein, Robert; Spider Robinson (September ). Variable Star (1st&#;ed.). New York: Tom Doherty Associates. pp.&#;– ISBN&#;.

Further reading[edit]

James Oroc, () The New Psychedelic Revolution: The Genesis of the Visionary Age, Inner Traditions/Bear, ISBN

External links[edit]

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