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Alex Grey

Alex Grey and the Sacred Mirrors series featured on http://hyperallergic.com/ …Elsewhere, Alex Grey’s series of mixed-media paintings, “Sacred Mirrors” (1980), whose four tableaux feature complex compositions, appears to ruminate on the theme of where the human soul — that old, romantic-spiritual thing — might fit into a high-tech future that is already here today. Artist Alex Grey’s “Sacred Mirrors” series of paintings, left to right: “Material World” (1985–86), lead silhouette and leaded, etched mirrors; “Psychic Energy System” (1980), acrylic on linen; “Spiritual Energy System” (1981), acrylic on canvas; and “Universal Mind Lattice” (1981), acrylic on canvas (collection of the artist, photo by Dan Meyers) Looking at Grey’s paintings and other works on display, Hoffberger said, “Given the way technology is moving, do we want to become like machines? With each new high-tech invention, how do you download a ‘you’ into an ‘it’?”
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Robert Williams Official Site April 4, 2014 7-10pm Special screening of the documentary, Robert Williams, Mr. Bitchin' in conjunction with MoCCA Arts Festival. April 5 - 6, 2014 Robert Willliams will be a guest of honor at the Society of Illustrators MoCCA Arts Festival Robert Williams Official Site
FECAL FACE DOT COM For some reason I thought it would be a good idea to quit my job, move out of my house, leave everything and travel again. So on August 21, 2013 I pushed a canoe packed full of gear into the headwaters of the Mississippi River in Lake Itasca, Minnesota, along with four of my best friends. Exactly 100 days later, I arrived at a marina near the Gulf of Mexico in a sailboat. For weeks before our departure date I became terribly depressed. I had heard countless warnings and cries from very concerned friends and family members about how dangerous the Mississippi River is, and how many lives it claims each year. Everyone had his or her doubts that we would make it; either we'd give up somewhere down the line, or someone would die.


Last Gasp 40th Anniversary Lowbrow Art Show | Neon Monster Blog How are Last Gasp and Earth Day connected? Glad you asked. Legendary local purveyors of underground books and comics, Last Gasp, published its premiere comic, Slow Death Funnies #1, on the first Earth Day: April 15, 1970. Last Gasp 40th Anniversary Lowbrow Art Show | Neon Monster Blog
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IN L.A.: Sage Vaughn Envelope Paintings | Features IN L.A.: Sage Vaughn Envelope Paintings | Features I recently had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Los Angeles-based artist Sage Vaughn as he is preparing for his solo exhibition this upcoming May at Lazarides Gallery in London. Among the many things that Vaughn shared with me during our visit were his envelope paintings/collages. I instantly fell in love with these pieces. These are small paintings and collages on manila envelopes that are basically studies and/or inspiration for larger pieces of work.
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