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Be Great In Little Things

... this is not an ad-hominem castigation of those individual photographers who are able to capitalize on the globalization zeitgeist, but rather a deep concern that the globalization phenomenon is having an intangible yet covertly deleterious impact on the perceived valuation of our cultural heritage in the U.S. and abroad.

As photographers standing in the shadows of regionalist canvas artists such as Norman Rockwell, Grant Wood, Andrew Wyeth, Claude Monet, and innovative photo artists such as Edward Weston, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Eliot Porter, and more recently Guy Tal, can we visualize how we might once again Be Great In Little Things?

(About 30 secs. on DSL)