Daniel Heyman, American b. 1963, presents a 28-foot long color woodcut entitled "Summer Squall." The work begins with a calm and peaceful scene of ocean and bodies of water, trees, and then swells with a grey thunder cloud which appears to startle the central character, depicted in extreme close-up. The storm rages and proclaims the power of mother nature. The waves arch and then the storm passes and the scene returns to calm. Summer Squall 2020-2021, color woodcut prints on Japanese paper mounted on linen scroll, wooden dowels, linen box, 20 inches x 28 feet, edition of 5.