Organized by a cohort of sixteen students from the School of Art & Art History at the University of Denver, this exhibition explores formal and thematic tensions in the work of Colorado artist Daniel Sprick.
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Through his adept handling of form, space, color, and light, Daniel Sprick creates hauntingly beautiful paintings rooted in the realism of Dutch artists like Johannes Vermeer. His paintings reflect our world back to us, but it’s a world imbued with hints of melancholy and hidden meaning. Embracing ambiguity, Sprick’s art brings together seeming opposites – life and death, stillness and dynamism, transience, and permanence – transforming our everyday existence into something magical and mysterious.
Curated by: Lauren Anuszewski, Sydney Barofsky, Alex Blom, Seb Brady, Lexi Ferenzi, Morgan Fleetwood, McKenna Gale, James Grau, Allene Leak, Patrick Lucas, Sydney McCain, Anna McDonald, Claire Motsinger, Andrew Nadeau, Emily Oxford-Pickeral, and Jordan Reed.
Fleeting Presence: The Liminal Art of Daniel Sprick
Exhibition at the Madden Museum of Art
University of Denver, Greenwood Village, CO
On view through May 3, 2024
More details: www.maddenmuseum.com
Portraits with Daniel Sprick is your opportunity to experience portraits through the lens of Daniel’s unique thought process, giving you insights that could transform the way you approach your painting. Learn more about this art video workshop at PaintTube.tv.