TIMEKEEPER original metal wall sculpture

Join our monthly email newsletter.

You'll get early access to new work and enjoy subscriber-only discounts & giveaways.


Ask a Question

Size & Details

Size & Details

Three dimensional hawk sculpture crafted from layers of hand-cut, salvaged metal, wood and leather. Framed in reclaimed vintage diorama box. This piece honors the watchful eye and relentlessness of both nature and time.

  • Medium: 3-D wall sculpture constructed from hand-cut salvaged metal and wood
  • Size: 28" H x 18.25" W x 6.5" D
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back
  • Part of a limited series each produced with a unique set of rescued materials


Time is a relentless keeper. I imagine time moving as a swirling, spiral shape -- predictable until it is not, like a hawk making steady circles above until the moment it dips suddenly, swooping in for its target, an unseeing prey, one previously unaware of its fate. This is Time. She watches and waits, with the steady persistence of a clock and the watchful eye of one no one can see. I fashioned this piece from vintage metal, wood and leather collected in my travels across the USA.

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.

Learn More

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.