Daniel Sprick: Flesh and Bone

by Matthew Innis |

  Next month, Arcadia Gallery in New York City will be hosting a significant exhibition of Colorado artist Daniel Sprick’s haunting and psychologically charged paintings.  The works in this show, which are often disturbing, are technically beautiful examples of contemporary representational art, and although the artist makes no claims of imbuing his images with hidden…

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