By Gregory & Ernest Disney-Britton
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
Each year, we celebrate the 12 Days of Christmas with gift-giving from December 25 (Christmas) and ending on January 6 (Three Kings Day), and this year it includes a lithograph purchased to mark the 2019 birth of our grandson "Tru." The image is of one of Nick Cave's Soundsuits "meant to empower the person wearing them through concealing their race and gender." As a 2015 visiting artist at the Tamarind Institute, he created a lithograph now included in a suite with 17 other artists. Tru's birth makes Nick Cave's "Untitled" our art of Christmas week.
Tru and his Indianapolis granddads from October 16 - December 25, 2019 (left to right).
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On the 1st day of Christmas, December 25, Greg received a poster by Nick Cave
On the 2nd Day of Christmas, December 26, Greg received a limited edition print by Larry Brown
On the 3rd Day of Christmas, December 27, Greg received a limited edition print (29/49) by Osmeivy Ortega Pacheco
On the 4th Day of Christmas, December 28, Greg received a limited edition print (29/49) by Yoshimi Hayashi
On the 5th Day of Christmas, December 29, Greg received a limited edition print (29/49) by Suzi Davidoff