Synopses & Reviews
“Couldnt wait to get my hands on it...not just a good art book. Its a classic tome of artwork. There is treat upon treat, lavished with praise by a lot of contemporary artists, who share many readers delight in what Walotsky has accomplished over the years. Those funky posters from the 1960s...Many reproductions here from a long career, spanning many book covers, magazine appearances, some real fine treats.”—True Review.
Ron Walotsky's art has an undeniable appeal, a fact acknowledged when he received the Frank R. Paul Award for Outstanding Achievement in Illustration. This gifted painter and raconteur presents an anthology of his best works including the haunting, unnerving cover for Rachel Pollack's Temporary Agency -- giving the history behind them and relating anecdotes about the many creative people whose books he's illustrated. And, several return the favor, contributing their own thoughts on this talented painter -- including multiple Hugo Award-winner Joe Haldeman.