CUSTOM WOMAN WITH CAT original metal wall sculpture

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Size & Details

Size & Details

Figurative metal wall sculpture of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) inspired woman with a scarlet flower crown and indigo star dress, holding a black cat. Each work is handmade with a unique assorted of rescued metal materials.

  • Medium: hand-cut metal applied to wood
  • Size: 43.5" H x 25" W x 1.75" D
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back
  • Part of a limited series each produced with a unique set of rescued materials
  • Residential commission


Metal and found treasures from Dolan's expansive collection.

A one-of-a-kind commission for a residential client
– featuring his very own feline pal – combines elements of past Dolan Geiman metal sculptures into a new figure, full of character and style like none
before. The client desired a piece reflecting the Dia de los Muertos face paint for which Dolan is well-known, sporting a turn-of-the-century style dress and brooch in night sky tones. Dolan gathered metal and found treasures from his expansive collection and layered them together, snipping flower petals from tin and adding a statement turquoise ring on request. This piece explores fashion in metal and offers a look at the bespoke customization Dolan can offer in commissioned artworks.



My workshop is chock full of found treasures from adventures across the country. I select a palette of colors from many mixed materials and get to work, snipping and shaping and applying in careful layers until the perfect piece emerges.


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Dolan Geiman Metal Wall Sculpture

Contemporary assemblage mixed media artist Dolan Geiman uses intricately cut salvaged metal to create a different type of found object artwork in upcycled materials. These original artworks hang as highly tactile metal wall sculptures, echoing some of Dolan's other artworks available in paper collage. Bold in color and rich in detail, discover some of the atypical materials given new life for these metal creations, like car doors, kitchen utensils, oil cans and antique farming equipment.