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Originals

HIKING IN HILL COUNTRY original paper collage

Originals

HIKING IN HILL COUNTRY original paper collage



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Description

Bold southwestern art merges hand-cut paper collage with painting. One of a kind paper collage features a deer and quail in the Texas Hill Country. Finished with modern wood frame and Museum Plexi.

  • One of a Kind
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Size: 49.75" H x 49.75" W (framed)
  • Frame: metallic-black wood frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-rings on back
  • Prints available upon request | send email

The Process

Each Dolan Geiman collage is crafted from hand-cut vintage papers sourced over decades of exploration and careful categorizing, held dearly until the perfect piece arrives to claim their colors and texture. Learn more about the making of paper collages here.

The Story

I have to explore. It's just my nature. Getting off the trail and walking out into the middle of the scrub brush, cacti, yucca and cholla, that's where the wild things live and that's where I want to be. When I take a walk to explore the flora and fauna in this way, everything seems rich and vivid, and the discoveries abound. That's the feeling I wanted to capture here: that Nature is limitless and overflowing and the textures and colors are a feast for the senses.