Paintings are rendered in acrylic on hand-made Nepalese paper on three-demensional sculpted panels that appear to change when viewed from different angles.
Prints are made mostly from woodblock and/or lithography on hand-made Nepalese, Thai, and Japanese papers.
Daniel Kelly is an American artist based in Kyoto, Japan.  He works primarily in painting and printmaking, and his works are included in museum collections such as MoMA, The British Museum, and the National Museum of American Art.