Digital Monoprints and Limited Editions by John-Dan Key
Artist's Statement
The juxtaposition of line and form is at the core of my artwork. By placing disparate elements with one another, I forge them into an interrelated whole. In doing so, I demonstrate the interconnectedness of individuals, the reliance of individuals upon society, and the dependence of humanity upon the cosmos.

John-Dan Key

The work of John-Dan Key has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the United States and Canada, including the ACM SIGGRAPH Conference in San Diego; the Grand Forks Art Gallery in British Columbia; the Lewis-Clark Center for Arts and History in the Muse Gallery in Prescott, Arizona; Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri; the Chase Gallery in Spokane; and the Lewis-Clark Center for Arts and History in Lewiston, Idaho. In addition, he was selected for the "Artist as Mentor Program" by the Orient/Inchelium Arts Consortium in Washington.