Daniel Dugan is an LA-based artist whose contemporary work is based on his hand-drawn or hand-painted "One Continuous Line" that remarkably never intersects. Starting this process at the age of 10, his style has been a life-long process. Dugan’s work is a meditative journey of one line, representing life’s twists and turns, and serving as a reminder that we know nothing about the path.
In the last four years Dugan created an extensive body of work, experimenting with ink, acrylic, oil, watercolor, wire, wood, and LED lights. However, he has kept it all in his Hollywood studio. In 2017 he showcased four original works at Palm Springs’ Modernism Week, and garnered the attention of the LA Times, LA Weekly, California Vibe Lux magazine, and was featured in Traditional Home as one of their "Movers & Makers."