Daniel Ruben Wynn is emerging on the national and international scene as one of America's most creative young artists. His works feature his present interest in what he calls "Danism," surreal fantasm in ink.
His works depict America and the character of its people and the interrelationship between them.
Daniel's works have been exhibited in many galleries throughout the United States and abroad. Among them the Museum of Temporary Art, Washington, D.C. and the Center of International Culture, Paris, France. Daniel's works were also viewed by Queen Elizabeth of England, when she visited America during the Bicentennial. His works presently hang in the collections of members of Congress; ambassadors; international sports, entertainment and art figures; and various notable people in the United States.