Through My Fingers2010 by Daniel Sprick

My Father, 2011, Courtesy Denver Art Museum, Denver. ColoradoMy Father, 2011
Courtesy Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado

Sprick loves bones. Skulls figure prominently in traditional iconography, in the cells of penitent saints and vanitas still lifes. Through My Fingers (2010) features an offbeat vanitas still life, with a skull and a white rose, among others items. Sprick suggests a magician’s illusion by wrapping the supporting structure in white drapery.
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Media: oil on board