Bringing Back Art Deco Via Vibrant Giclées
In the 1930s, Tracy Dennison's mother sang at the Zebra Club and other New York nightclubs. Enthralled by her mother's stories, Tracy began drawing and painting extraordinary Art Deco scenes at an early age. Over the years, she developed a unique and personal artistic style.
Today, private collections, museums and hotels feature giclées of her work, as she prefers to keep the originals at home. She lives in a beautiful Art Deco townhouse and drives an immaculate 1935 Auburn Boattail Speedster. "I believe the romance and elegance of the thirties is as appealing today as it was then, and will be forever," Dennison said.
"I believe the romance and elegance of the thirties is as appealing today as it was then, and will be forever."
Adtech Publishing Group (APG) reproduces Dennison's art on a Roland Hi-Fi JET pigment inkjet printer. "I am always hearing about how Roland Hi-Fi JET prints seem to capture every brush stroke," said Steve D'Angelo, president of APG. "We print Tracy's art on Roland's Concord Rag Fine Art Paper, and they look absolutely stunning."
APG produces and markets high quality, fine art limited editions to the public and to select galleries throughout the world. The company’s mission is to discover, publish and showcase unique works of some of America's finest artists.