Respecting My Elders, Ellen Wallenstein’s book of color portraits has just been released. Self-published in an open edition, it is 94 pages, perfect-bound with soft covers. Wallenstein raised funds for this book via a project grant through UnitedStatesArtists.org, a micro-philanthropy that supports artists and projects from across the country. Over 200 people contributed to this publication, from old high school and college friends and family members, to current and former students and colleagues, as well as strangers.
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