Gems of Awareness - Tucson, AZ


  • $50.00



Gems of Awareness

with Alex & Allyson Grey

February 7th, 1 - 4pm

Registration - $50

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Gems of Awareness
A 3 hour Workshop with
Alex Grey & Allyson Grey
Solar Culture Gallery -
31 East Toole Ave, Tucson, AZ
Saturday, February 7th
1pm - 4pm

Visionary artists Alex Grey and Allyson Grey teach painting and drawing from the wellspring of divine imagination. In this workshop, artists at any level of experience create from the sacred ground and the mystic eye.

Using guided imagery, meditation, shamanic ascent, we open the doors of the imagination to the theater of revelation. Utilizing basic materials -- graphite, colored pencils, pastels, and watercolors -- we commit mental pictures to paper and discuss the aesthetic dimension of our mystical experiences. An illustrated talk on the worldwide visionary art movement will prepare us for vision practices, art meditation, and group interaction that empowers the process of realizing our heart’s iconography to outer form.

Explore art as a spiritual path with Alex & Allyson.

Alex Grey

Alex Grey & Allyson Grey

Alex Grey is a world-renowned artist, poet, and author. His books Sacred Mirrors, The Mission of Art, Transfigurations, and Art Psalms, trace the development of his work and the mystical experiences that have shaped his personal, spiritual, and artistic life. He is co-founder of CoSM [Chapel of Sacred Mirrors], an interfaith church and cultural center in Wappinger, New York, that celebrates creativity as a spiritual path.

Allyson Grey, MFA, is an artist with two bodies of work, her paintings which have been exhibited widely, and the collaborative work of "social sculpture" called CoSM, [Chapel of Sacred Mirrors] for which she is co-founder.
The art of Alex Grey and Allyson Grey can be seen at CoSM, Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, a 40-acre interfaith church 65 miles north of New York City, that celebrates creativity as a spiritual path. 
Grey’s vision of a flawed but perfectible mankind stands as an antidote to the cynicism and spiritual malaise prevalent in much contemporary art.                            -- New York Times
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