Oregon Eclipse Unveils Their Stunning Lineup of Visual Artists For Inaugural Year

As time grows nearer, Oregon Eclipse continues to match that growth with even more excellent additions to it’s inaugural year lineup.  Oregon Eclipse has already announced numerous musical artists playing across four different stages, with 3 more to be revealed soon, OE is holding over it’s fans with another unveiling this time of their Visual Artists.

Including (but never limited to) the infamous (and FestHype favorites) Alex Grey, Allyson Grey, Amanda Sage, David Heskin, and Aloria Weaver.  You can find a short bio of each artist below:

Alex Grey

Internationally renowned for paintings that “X-ray” multi-dimensional reality, Alex Grey interweaves biological anatomy with psychic/spiritual energies in his visual meditations on the nature of life and consciousness.

Allyson Grey

Allyson Grey is an artist whose paintings have been exhibited and sold internationally. Co-founder of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, Grey is a community leader with a Master of Fine Arts degree from Tufts University

Amanda Sage

Amanda Sage is at the forefront of a new breed of visionary/interdimensional artists using art as a tool for personal, spiritual, planetary growth and transformation

 

David Heskin

David Heskin is an oil painter who looks to the beauty of the natural world for inspiration, in its infinitely subtle and intricate patterns. Forms in nature become letters in a secret language of consciousness at every scale

 

Aloria Weaver

Aloria Weaver was born in 1979 in western New York. She began oil painting in 1993 as an apprentice to several professional artists at the Buffalo Art Studios of Western New York. 

Weaver holds three distinct artistic lineages: training in classical realism through the Loveland Atelier (alumni of the Florence Academy of Art in Italy); training in traditional egg tempera and gilding through an unbroken transmission from master to student dating back to Fra Angelico in 1430; and Mischtechnik (or mixed technique), a process of painting with tempera and oil glazes that was thought to be the secret method of the Italian Renaissance masters

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