NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

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NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by Zlatko Waterman » December 14th, 2010, 9:00 pm

First, thanks to the stalwart Doreen for hosting this shindig, symposium, exorcism- fest or whatever it is, called STUDIO EIGHT . . .

It's fun and I always learn something when I visit.

Six years ago ( approximately) I was a regular around these parts.

Here are excerpts from my Flickr site below-- the main outlet for my art and words for some time.

It's nice to be back.

Best Holiday wishes to all.

Even Julian Assange, who probably needs something about now . . .

( Flickr excerpts below)



An interview with me by Susan Henderson of LITERARY MARKETPLACE ( archived at LITPARK) is available here:

http://litpark.com/2006/08/31/norman-mallory/

for anyone who might want to know more about my likes and dislikes.

Flickr comrade Dan Morelle of the UK has published a chat with me here:


http://www.interviewr.net/nc-mallory/


ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY contains a notice written by Rama Hughes on my work:

http://illustrationfriday.com/blog/2009 ... uosity-of-...

POETS AND ARTISTS magazine will publish work of mine in their fall issue, 2009


http://www.poetsandartists.com./

My work is on the cover of, and enjoys a feature spread in DOWNTOWN L.A. MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL, Sept. 2010 issue-- which is here:


http://downtownlalife.tripod.com/index.html

My illustrations have been published in many national and international periodicals, including this recent illusatration of John Le Carre published on the front page of the German ( also international-- including arrangements for translated portions in the UK GUARDIAN AND UK INDEPENDENT) newspaper DER FREITAG:

The archived version doesn't show a facsimile front page, but scroll down here and you will see one--under Thorsten's comment . . .

(link)



http://www.flickr.com/photos/augustusswift/4514760392/
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"M. Degas, when drawing, you often seem lose your way.
In fact, at times you barely seem to know where you are or where you are going."

(Degas):

"Nothing, madame, could describe my process of drawing better."

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Re: NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by mnaz » December 15th, 2010, 1:21 am

Zlatko! Good to see you again. Thanks for the look in on your world of art and life.

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Re: NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by mtmynd » December 15th, 2010, 10:13 am

welcome back, Zlatko... you've never left just absent. ;)
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Re: NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by jimboloco » December 15th, 2010, 11:24 am

hey z man
glad you are still taking care of that scribbling pen!
mercy!
[color=darkcyan]i'm on a survival mission
yo ho ho an a bottle of rum om[/color]

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Re: NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by Steve Plonk » December 15th, 2010, 5:04 pm

Seasons Greetings! Hope you continue to like it here at Studio Eight. :)

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Re: NEW PROFILE FOR ZLATKO WATERMAN ( from my Flickr site)

Post by Zlatko Waterman » December 16th, 2010, 1:40 pm

Thanks to all for your warm greetings.

I haven't figured out how to use this board's controls yet, but when I do I'll write to all of you individually.

Thanks again-- I'm glad to be here,


Zlatko
"M. Degas, when drawing, you often seem lose your way.
In fact, at times you barely seem to know where you are or where you are going."

(Degas):

"Nothing, madame, could describe my process of drawing better."

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