Captive Souls

Spring 2015 - Volume 19 Number 2

Kaiser Permanente, The Permanente Medical Group, The Permanente Federation 

Captive Souls

acrylic on stretched canvas

28" x 28"

Philip R Brunner, MD, FAAP

 

This painting was inspired by the Nigerian women who were captured by Boko Haram, bathed and dressed in bright clothing, and then sold into slavery.

 

Dr Brunner is a retired Pediatrician and former Chief of Service at the South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA.

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