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.
My name is Gregory Disney-Britton, and welcome to the Alpha & Omega Project for Contemporary Religious Arts. Ernest and I started this project in 2008 when we were living in New York City. Today, our project includes an art news website, e-newsletter, an annual artist prize (see below), and both a summer and winter tour. We collect contemporary religious-themed paintings, photographs, 3D works, and even dime-store copies of Old Masters. A few favorites from our collection are: Anila Quayyum AghaBarnaby Barford, Niccolo Cosme, and Salvador Dali

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2008 - 2018 Artists of the Year
Since *2016, we've committed to purchasing a piece of work from each artist as part of the prize
John Gutoskey (MI) for "PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies"