Hey there. Our names are Ernest and Gregory Disney-Britton, and we're collectors, explorers, and passionate advocates for art of the religious imagination. Today, the 40+ religious-themed works in our tiny but growing collection include both established and emerging artists from across the USA, and several other countries including Brazil, Haiti, Mexico, Philippines, and Senegal. A few names in our collection that you might recognize are Anila Quayyum Agha, Romero Britto, Nicollo Cosme, Salvador Dali, Tony Melendez, and Tom Torluemke. Each is known for provocative new ideas.
|Ernest O. (left) and Gregory A. Disney-Britton (right) at the Indianapolis Museum of Art|
- Mission: We grow collectors for artists with religious imaginations
- Vision: A world that celebrates faith and defends artistic freedom
The corporate logo for AOA is inspired by the labyrinths created by a small group of idealist Christians called the Harmony Society from 1805-1905. Most people today know of the Harmony Society labyrinths from the large hedge maze they created in New Harmony, Indiana around 1815.
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Alpha & Omega Society for Contemporary Religious Arts
c/o Indiana Interchurch Center
1100 W. 42nd Street, Room #110
Indianapolis, IN 46208