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Daniel Spricks Release Your Plans

Critical Review

	I am analyzing Daniel Spricks Release Your Plans painting, which is
located in Denver Art musuems seventh floor. The painting was painted
in 2001, and it is an Non-objective painting with  oil on panel
painting. By looking at this painting, one can be a little frustrated.
The painting creates some sort of confusion. It is hard to focus on one
small part of the painting because there are things going on all over
the canvas. 

	The painting is a painting of some artists studio, because you can see
an easel, and some paint. On artists easel, there is a broken glass of
beer, a tomato soup called your plans, a skull with pins in its eyes,
an egg shell on a knife, and some dead cockroaches. There is a mirror in
front of the easel that reflects the outside of the room, which is a lot
more prettier than artists studio. The mirror is standing on the stand,
and there are some broken candle holders with figures of angels. Behind
the mirror, there is a note attached to the wall that says something
like desnity and plans.  On the right of the easel, there is rose that
is tied down, and kind of curved, and this rose is tied to an easel, and
easel is tied to the mirror, so as if on of these objects fall down the
rest two will fall down too. There are roses in the air not attached to
anything. The floor is dirty, and full of cigerette butss, on the corner
of the painting there is a leg bone of a human, and somewhere on the
right low corner there is an object lift off the ground, standing on its

	Everything in this picture looks in its natural form, but not in their
natural environment. Roses in the air not attached to anything, or skull
on easel with pins in its eyes are some of the things that strikes me
most about this picture. There arent any extraordinary mixture of
colors. Everything looks in its natural color. The whole picture
depictes life of people. By seeing all these different object, we ca
associate them with our everyday life details. If the painting is looked
in general, then we could see every persons life in there. Every object
is placed in order to create a perfect balance in the picture. This is a
3 dimensional painting, and he achieved this by using linear

	I think artist is trying to convey in this painting how life can get
messed up sometimes, in his painting you can see a lot things going on,
and we could relate that to our life. Roses could be best
representations of good things that happen in our life, and other broken
glasses, and cigarette butts, or skull could be a representions of bad
things that happen in our life. Artist was able to convey his
complicated  messege about life through simply drawing of simple
objects. Even though every object seems to be objects we see everyday,
the messege they convery is completely different. 



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