By Gregory A. Disney-Britton
Gregory Disney-Britton seated at home in Indianapolis holding newly acquired Kelvin Buzon's "Saint John the Baptist," edition 1 of 25; Nicollo Cosme’s ”Madonna & Child,” top left; William Wallace's "John 3:16," bottom left; William Fritsch’s “The Next Supper,” foreground right; and Henrich Hoffman's "Figure of Christ," center-left.
Artists of faith, and especially GLBT artists of color have been marginalized in the world of contemporary art, so we decided to do our part to promote their work and influence. My name is Gregory Disney-Britton, and welcome to the Alpha & Omega Project for Contemporary Religious Arts. The project is dedicated to promoting artists exploring religious ideas, and especially artists of color and LGBT artists. Ernest and I started this project in 2008 when we were living in New York City and following the religious trail of Kehinde Wiley.

Nick Cave's "Untitled" (15-303) 2015; Single-color lithograph, dusted with photostatic toner; Paper Size: 8 1/2 x 11 inches; Paper Type: White Somerset satin; Collaborating Printer: Bill Lagattuta; Edition 29 of 45 as part of the Exquisite Series from the Tamarind Institute

The 2019 acquisitions were: Anila Quayyum Agha's "Walk in My Shade 2" (2019); Josh Betsey's "SNoël, SNoël," (2019); and Alicia Zanoni's "The Opposite of Hesitant" (2019). Limited edition acquisitions included Enrique Martínez Celaya's "Untitled" (2014) and Nick Cave's 
"Untitled" (2015) from the 18-piece Exquisite Series from the Tamarind Institute. Finally, the project also acquired two ceramic plates: Kehinde Wiley's ;"Mara Mbaye II" (2014), a porcelain open edition; and Hank Thomas Willis's "Plate" (2019), a ceramic limited edition.