Nalytical Critique (evaluation essay) of Alex Greys artistic style and vision

HELP! I am at a loss of how to put this all together. I am trying to come up with something without regurgitating the exact information that I have found on just about every website I look at. I need to do an evaluation essay that is 3-5 pages. I have been trying to put together something about Alex Grey and his overall artistic style and progression. My teacher said I could do a critical analysis of his work. I am a 34 year old female and I have been out of school for many years. I am fairly smart, but I just cannot figure out how to put the information down in words. Here is what I have come up with so far:

Catrina Lansberry
Amanda Myers
ENGL 1301-23311 T Th 12:30-1:50
13 Oct 2008

Evaluation Essay
Visionary Idealism

Alex Grey is a man whose life and art has transcended beyond the average persons imagination. For him, the process of artistic creation holds the potential of transcending the limitations of the mind and more fully expressing the divine spirit. He also believes that art can induce within the viewer an elevated state wherein spiritual states of being are attained (Grey). I am going to cover a brief history of his life, the progression of his art and performances, where his art is displayed and has been used, positive reviews and negative reviews. My purpose is to critically critique Alex Greys artistic style and vision.
Alex Grey was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 29, 1953. Being the middle child of a middle-class couple his father, who was a graphic designer, encouraged his drawing ability. As a young child he would collect insects and dead animals from around the neighborhood and bury them in the back yard. From his earliest drawings to his performances, paintings and sculptures, the themes of death and transcendence have weaved throughout (Grey). During his teenage years he lived an individual existence in an unfathomable universe and did not give much concern to right or wrong. His art during that time shows how confused he was about himself, life and spirituality. It led him to expressing the tearing apart, confusion, and duality within him.
He attended the Columbus College of Art and Design for two years (1971-73), then dropped out and painted billboards in Ohio for a year (73-74). He then attended the Boston Museum School for one year to study with the conceptual artist Jay Jaroslav (Grey). This is also where he met his wife Allyson, the artist. During this period he had a series of entheogenically induced mystical experiences that transformed his agnostic existentialism to a radical transcendentalism (Grey). He then spent five years at Harvard Medical School working in the Anatomy department studying the human body (Gery).

The top part with my name and information is to be single spaced and the rest double spaced with the page numbers on the top right corner. The way I have written my outline is very informal, so if you would keep it that way so it wont look like I had someone else do my essay. Here is an example of what I have:

Catrina Lansberry
Amanda Myers
ENGL 1301-23311 T TH12:30 1:50
8 Oct 2008

Evaluation Essay

Working Title: One Man s Vision

1. Introduction: Concept of what Alex Grey is trying to portray through his art.

2. Thesis: To evaluate and critically critique the progression of Alex Grey s visual art.

3. Body 

a. Description of his early works

b. His decision to pursue art.

c. Description of his performances.

d. Critique of his performances.

e. Description of his later works.

f. Critique of his later works.

g. Evaluation of how his work influences others.

4. Conclusion
5. References: Alex Grey Homepage.2008. I will be up for a while doing some other school work.