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Size & Details

Size & Details

Set of two paper collage artworks (or diptych) featuring a fox and bobcat in black aspen grove with rich, colorful understory. Matching frames intended to hang side-by-side in unique tall, skinny format.

  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Size: 50.75" H x 24.25" W (framed)
  • Frame: wood frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back


I often get asked for artwork in specific sizes. Many artists just create what they want and then move on. However, I like to stop and listen to my clients and supporters and try to challenge myself to come up with new artwork that is not awkward and suits the spaces we live in. This season, my desire was to create a diptych (two pieces of art meant to be showcased as one). With this in mind, I knew I wanted to create something suitable for that hard to fill space in many people’s homes. So I went skinny ;)

Each of these pieces is created in my collage style of cutting and gluing together layers of vintage papers, and then the piece is finished with a simple and sleek mountain-modern frame.Learn more about the making of paper collages here.

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 Paper Collages

Dolan's signature paper collage artwork celebrates America's West and Southwest. Color, composition, and detail come to life in hand-cut vintage materials, many salvaged in Dolan's cross-country travels.

Creating the original collage starts with a wood panel. Dolan pulls vintage sheet music from his vast collection and applies these to the wood, first with glue, then with a top layer of whitewash paint. In many prints, this background layer of sheet music peeks through.

Next, Dolan draws the outline for the original collage in graphite atop the sheet music.

Dolan returns to his extensive trove of collected papers – think magazines, antique textbooks, handwritten letters salvaged from abandoned farmsteads - and begins pulling the ideal colors for the piece. He cuts each piece of material by hand and carefully layers into the artwork. These collages are carefully crafted from thousands of small papers: no two are exactly alike.

Dolan's paper collages are finished in a handmade frame constructed from salvaged metal or a modern, minimal wood or metal frame.