FORGET ME NOT (FRAMED) original metal wall sculpture

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Size & Details

Size & Details

A wall sculpture portrait of a female Native American memorialized in hand-cut salvaged metal on a painted, music sheet wood backing. Finished with contemporary marbled espresso frame.

  • Title: Framed Forget Me Not (Metal)
  • Medium: salvaged metal on wood
  • Size: 45" H x 74" W x 2.75" D
  • Frame: hand-assembled marbled espresso float frame
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-ring hangers on back


A reminder of the need to advocate for indigenous culture and ensure its... sovereignty and celebration. - Dolan Geiman

Crafted from hundreds of pieces of hand-cut, salvaged metal, it is my hope that works like Forget Me Not serve as a reminder for non-Native populations of the need to advocate for indigenous culture and ensure its continued vibrancy, sovereignty and celebration here in the West and nationwide. The imagery celebrates Indian Country but also reflects on ways to return power to the indigenous population.

Limited Series

Limited Series

Each work in Dolan Geiman’s portfolio is unique and hand-crafted. Works indicated with “limited series” are reiterations of a recurring theme or concept.

A Certificate of Authenticity is available upon request.

  • Each piece in a limited series is created with an inimitable collection of found materials: no two are exactly alike, although they may look similar at a glance.
  • Details, colors, specific materials, typography and frame will differ from work to work.

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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.