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CORGI SILHOUETTE original mixed media wall art

CORGI SILHOUETTE original mixed media wall art





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Description

This Dolan Geiman mixed media silhouette featured a cut out dog silhouette in white foreground with reclaimed wood and other rescued materials in the background.

Sorry, this series has closed and is no longer available by custom order.

  • Medium: acrylic, salvaged wood, and found objects
  • Size: 12.25" x 18"
  • Frame: wood back frame | painted black (see http://bit.ly/1dW7Bag for example)

The Story

Dolan Geiman launched his line of silhouette wood cut-outs in the summer 2008 (starting with the guitar) and since then has been actively producing and selling other silhouettes like his deer, Mr. and Mrs., dogs, cats, bison, US map, and a range of other flora and fauna. Others may have followed in our footsteps, but this is the original wood cutout that made its way from Virginia to Chicago and onto the pages of Fossil's, Pendleton's, and UncommonGoods's catalogs.