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See Sprick’s art before it heads to New York City

Staff ReportGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. Due to popular demand, a bonus showing of Daniel Sprick’s exhibit of 2006-07 paintings takes place Saturday at the Colorado Mountain College gallery in downtown Glenwood Springs.”We’ve had people come in numerous times to re-see the show and it’s been a very beautiful exhibit,” said Alice Beauchamp, CMC Center for Excellence in the Arts director. “We’re very proud to have Dan there, and honored.”The weekend’s showing takes place from 4-7 p.m. Saturday before the paintings move to the Arcadia Fine Arts gallery in New York. Sprick is a highly acclaimed, well-known artist and part-time CMC art instructor.

“We’re actually going to keep Dan’s work up through June 14. We’ve decided to extend this because we’ve had so many people call that can’t get in our (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday) hours to see Dan’s beautiful work,” Beauchamp said. “We just want to be sure everyone can see Dan’s work who wants to see it.”For more information about the exhibit, call 947-8367 or visit http://www.cmccearts.org and http://www.danielsprick.com.


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