circular songbirds found object art

by Dolan Geiman
Recycled
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  • the story

Art Takes Flight

A chip off the old block (literally!) this three-dimensional wall art shapes salvaged lumber from American forests and found objects. Topped off with sweet, screen-printed wood cutouts of song birds, each special piece adds eclecticism to homes, offices or any space requiring a touch of the great outdoors. Handmade by artist Dolan Geiman in Chicago.

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  • details
Recycled
Item ID
19669
Made from
reclaimed wood, reclaimed materials
Measurements
Approx. 22" dia. X 2" D
Notes
Comes ready to hang. Gently dust with feather duster or non-abrasive cloth; no liquid cleaners.
  • the maker
Dolan Geiman

Dolan Geiman

Dolan Geiman is a nationally recognized mixed media artist known for his Contemporary Art with a Southern Accent. Born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Dolan Geiman’s formative years were defined by outdoor adventures in his bucolic surroundings. Twenty-plus years later, the flora and fauna, found curiosities, and fading Appalachian culture still define Geiman’s contemporary-folk creations. Trained in printmaking and sculpture, Geiman’s mediums span painting, collage, silk screen, drawing, and 3-D assemblage. An advocate for green design and sustainable business, Geiman and his wife Ali Marie currently work from a green warehouse in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood. collection

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