Date of Work
Etching & hand tinting
Art & Design Study Collection
Displayed: First floor, the Family & Community Medicine Center hallway
School of Medicine & Health Sciences Building
Daniel Heyman lives in Philadelphia and works mostly as a painter and printmaker, teaching at Princeton University. In 2010, he was honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts.
Heyman's Portrait of Osob reminds us that social, political, and economic conditions can affect the health of individuals. The Somalian woman and her family were terribly impacted by large societal forces that led to war and subsequently to heartbreak and displacement of individuals. There is also a message of hope that societal efforts can restore health and well-being in this case through immigration policies for political refugees.
Sundog Multiples is a printmaking venture created by Art & Design Professor Kim Fink, in conjunction with UND Art Collections, and generously funded by the Myers Foundations.
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