Flowers and Birds

About Daniel Sprick

Contemporary realist painter Daniel Sprick produces meticulously executed portraits and figurative compositions whose muted palettes and sense of stillness encourage slow contemplation. His paintings feature a range of subjects, from still lifes of flowers and unlikely assortments of objects to interiors and urban and pastoral scenes. A diverse range of men, women, and youth populate his portraits and figurative works; taken together, they reflect a rich and encompassing view of humanity. “I’m interested in all walks of life, everyone,” the artist once explained about his choice of subjects. “Some that may be considered conventionally beautiful and others that may not, and everyone in between.” In his still lifes, which recall those of the Dutch and Flemish traditions, Sprick brings together the sumptuous—including silver tableware and starched white tablecloths—and the mundane, such as tin cans and old bottles, in elegant, harmoniously balanced arrangements.

American, b. 1953, Little Rock, Arkansas, based in Denver, Colorado

Solo Shows on Artsy

2016
Daniel Sprick: Recent Works, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

2016
Behind the Easel, Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville
2015
The Renaissance of Realism, Gallery 1261, Denver
2015
Small Works, Gallery 1261, Denver
2015
Unfurl, Gallery 1261, Denver
2014
Contemporary Realism, Gallery 1261, Denver
2014
Group X-2, Gallery 1261, Denver
2013
Contemporary Realism, Gallery 1261, Denver