Trained in printmaking plus sculpture and inspired by Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, Dolan Geiman clashes rustic nostalgia with modern urbanity for a fresh, timeless perspective. His panel paintings are hand-painted and printed using acrylic and silkscreen on 100% recycled wood panels, each measuring 12 x 10 inches. All paint is recycled from the City of Chicago’s paint exchange program and silkscreened images are hand-printed with non-toxic, water-based textile inks.
This unique, modestly priced signature artwork is ideal as a group hanging to cover a large wall inexpensively. The Chicago artist describes his pieces as “thick with construction . . . and occupying a unique space between between folk, collage, and eco-art traditions”.