Daniel Sprick was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. He studied at the Froman School of Art and The National Academy of Design and received his B.F.A. from University of Northern Colorado in 1978. His love of drawing and the development of his painting technique began at the age of 4, with influences reaching as far back as Robert Campin and Roger van der Weyden. Sprick has had numerous solo exhibitions, participated in many group exhibitions, and has work in private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad. “Sprick finds much yet to be revealed in the still life and the interior,” writes Jane Fudge in the catalogue essay accompanying Sprick’s 2014 solo exhibition at the Denver Art Museum. “His ultra realistic oil paintings continue and expand old dialogues about appearance and reality, the relationship of art and life, the revelation of the multiples in the simple.” Sprick has been featured in numerous articles in national and international publications and won many awards throughout his career.
Sprick is represented by EVOKE Contemporary (Santa Fe), Gallery 1261 (Denver), and Gerald Peters Gallery (New York City).