Respecting My Elders is a collection of color portraits of creative persons over the age of eighty, photographed in their homes and studios. They are the artists and intellectuals of my parents’ generation, born at the turn of the last century, whose wisdom and insight are important to us all. Known as “The Greatest Generation”, and coming of age between the two World Wars, the effect of their contributions upon future generations is evident in their cultural legacies.
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