Daniel Kelly (b. 1947), born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, is an American painter and printmaker. He studied at the University of Oregon and later went to Kyoto, where he learned traditional Japanese woodblock printing. His prints from the last several years have some element of mixed media, including woodblock, lithography, cement block printing, chine colle, and hand coloring. The artist has had many exhibitions, mainly in the United States and Japan, and is represented in collections in New York at The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art and at the British Museum in London, among others. Since 1977, the artist has been living and working in Kyoto, Japan.