Vapourgrafis A portrait of 10 ebony on metallic Silver vapour dye prints by Dennis Brulc printed in 1971 by the artist in his studio
The Dennis Brulc Memorial
Born: Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1946
Schools: the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree January 1969
The Vapour Dye process is a dry to dry, direct image reproduction process. Brulc prints directly with his airbrush pen and ink drawing , and he also synthesizes photo negatives and positives with the drawings. These images are transferred onto Mylar, acrylic, cloth and a variety of sensitized papers and metal foils which he has chemically coated–thereby offering to the collectors an unlimited number of prints, each at a high aesthetically controlled level.
Major awards… Wisconsin State fair art exhibition, for two laminate the hop or die prints on plastic, mounted on a mere finished fabric aluminum, size: 30″ x 40″. August 1968
1st Pl. award at the student art show at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee for an acrylic painting “Summer Landscape “1964