Daniel Kelly (artist)

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Selfish (2006), acrylic on sculpted panel covered with Nepalese paper and woven mat (self portrait)

Daniel Kelly (born 1947 in Idaho Falls, Idaho) is an American artist based in Kyoto, Japan. Works primarily consist of original paintings and prints. Paintings usually begin with three-dimensional collage making incorporating materials that can be found in Japan such as tatami and bamboo mats. In printmaking Kelly primarily works with lithography and woodblock, often using chine-collé to incorporate materials such as antique Japanese book pages, ukiyo-e and calligraphy into his prints.

Museums and Collections[edit]

A selection of prints by Daniel Kelly included in public collections:


  1. ^ a b c d e Franco, Betsy; Verne, Michael (1997), Quiet Elegance: Japan Through the Eyes of Nine American Artists, Tokyo: Tuttle, ISBN 0-8048-3126-2
  2. ^ British Museum, Shimmer (1982), retrieved 2008-02-22
  3. ^ The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2002), Museum ABC, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN 0-316-07170-6
  4. ^ British Museum, Buttercups (1983), retrieved 2008-02-22
  5. ^ British Museum, Spring Shower (1983), retrieved 2008-02-22
  6. ^ Walker, Berry (1986), Public and Private: American Prints Today: 24th National Print Exhibition, New York: Brooklyn Museum Bookshop, ISBN 0-87273-104-9
  7. ^ British Museum, Crisscross (1985), retrieved 2008-02-22
  8. ^ Smithsonian American Art Museum, Night Light (1987), retrieved 2008-02-22
  9. ^ Art Gallery of New South Wales, Search: Daniel Kelly, retrieved 2008-02-22
  10. ^ Cleveland Museum of Art, Black Gold (1990), retrieved 2008-02-22[permanent dead link]
  11. ^ Cleveland Museum of Art, Nene (2002), retrieved 2008-02-22[permanent dead link]
  12. ^ Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Momo (2003), retrieved 2008-02-22

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