TAG: Daniel Sprick

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Event: Lectures & Programs

DANIEL SPRICK: PURSUIT OF TRUTH AND BEAUTY

Film screening and panel discussion
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 6:00pm8:00pm.

Excited by the image of an airplane his father had drawn, Daniel Sprick began making art at an early age. His recent works now have been compared to those of Dutch and Flemish Masters.

DANIEL SPRICK: PURSUIT OF TRUTH AND BEAUTY reveals the amazing personal story of artistic inspiration, vision, and fulfillment. This insightful documentary profile of this internationally known modern-day master is produced by CPT12, a PBS Affiliate Station. More

Arbitrary Arrangements
Lesson Plan

Arbitrary Arrangements

Elementary (grades K-5)
One 55 minute lesson

Students will observe Daniel Sprick’s painting Release Your Plans and explore the importance of artistic decisions. They will then work as a team to create their own arrangement of objects in unconventional compositions.

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Find the Details
Lesson Plan

Find the Details

Early childhood (ages 3-5)
One 30 minute lesson

This lesson encourages students to focus on details and use their observations to answer hypothetical questions. They will do this by grouping objects in Sprick’s painting Release Your Plans into similar categories.

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Wesselmann's Model & Muse Shares Memories with the Crowd at DAM Beyond Pop Art Preview
Blog: Meet the Artist

Wesselmann's Model & Muse Shares Memories with the Crowd at DAM Beyond Pop Art Preview

The Denver Art Museum is brimming with new exhibitions this summer. On July 10 we invited the media to see a sneak peek of Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective, opening July 13. Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the DAM, Claire Wesselmann, the late artist’s model and muse, and Tom Wesselmann’s studio manager, Jeffrey Sturges, led the tour through the exhibition. More

Daniel Sprick’s Fictions: Recent Works
Exhibition

Daniel Sprick’s Fictions: Recent Works

Jun 22, 2014–Nov 2, 2014

“Upon first glance, viewers might think Daniel’s works are photographs because of their stunningly realistic elements. However, the longer we look at one of his paintings, the more we become aware that they are anything but a part of our world. We encounter Sprick’s paintings not so much as statements, but more as experiences, whereby we engage deeply with his creativity.”

- Timothy J. Standring, exhibition curator and Gates Foundation Curator at the DAM More