CMC Gallery hosts Daniel Sprick exhibit |

CMC Gallery hosts Daniel Sprick exhibit

"Requiem," oil on board, is part of a one-person exhibit of new paintings by Glenwood Springs painter Daniel Sprick at the CMC Glenwood Springs gallery. The exhibit, currently showing, has a reception for the artist on Friday, May 11. (Courtesy of the artist)

GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” Locals don’t often get a chance to see the work of Glenwood Springs artist Daniel Sprick. Sprick is represented by galleries in New York City, Denver and San Francisco, keeping him sufficiently occupied. And Sprick’s latest work is headed for Soho, for a one-person show at Arcadia Fine Arts.

But, at the invitation of Glenwood’s CMC Gallery, 14 or so of those works will have a preview showing in the artist’s hometown.

Sprick’s subjects – lots of skulls and roses – and the meticulous, otherworldly way he handles them, will be familiar to viewers who know his work. (There is also a rare self-portrait.) But the new work reveals a certain visual tone he has been exploring: blues, whites and grays that contain a monochromatic feel (but not, Sprick stresses, an internal distress on his part).

The exhibit is currently on display, and runs through June 9. A reception for the artist is scheduled for Friday, May 11

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