Dolan Geiman Giveaway

dolan geiman giveaway

I am so excited to bring this giveaway to you all today. Its from an artist I really admire: Dolan Geiman. The giveaway is for the set shown above for two DG mini prints (Peppertree Park Woodpecker and Nest) which will be given to one very lucky winner. They look great together as a set, don’t they? The retail value is $90 for this set.

This is a great opportunity to own not one but two of Dolan’s pieces, so don’t miss it… And be sure to scroll all the way down after you have entered this giveaway for information on Dolan’s Big Holiday Sale…

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How do you enter the giveaway?

There are several ways to play and you may enter up to three times. First, visit Dolans shop, and browse around for your favorites, then come back here and tell us which pieces you like most and why. Second way to play, answer this question in the comments: One of the subjects that Dolan works with often is nature. What is your favorite part of nature and why (be specific)? Third, twitter or blog about this giveaway or Dolan’s shop and leave a link in the comments here.

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The giveaway will end on December 2nd  at 11:59 pm eastern time.

And be sure to check out Dolan’s Big Holiday Sale, which kicked off today and will run through December 20th. All items in Dolan’s shop have been updated to reflect discounted holiday pricing. Also, spend $100 or more receive a FREE GIFT, and spend $500 or more and receive FREE SHIPPING. If you have always wanted a piece of Geiman’s work, now is the time!

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I love the owl panel paintings. The photography class I teach choose the owl as our mascot…. what a great image.


I’ve loved Dolan’s work since I first saw it, but I haven’t been able to afford any of his pieces yet. I don’t know what I’d do if I won this giveaway. Crying of happiness is liable :_)

Right now, my favorite is this butterfly panel paint ( I love the look of the paint on the back, and the butterflies on top of it. I love how sketchy yet detailed they look. I love the colors of the whole thing. And I would love to have a painted wooden panel on my walls…


I’ve been admiring Dolan’s rescued wood contructions for ages. But the new “Hidden under the pear tree” is simply awesome. The scale of it appeals to me. There’s also something… ironic?… about recreating a tree out of old wood.


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Nature, I love it because it is the best teacher, and it is free! My three year old is like a sponge right now and this summer just laying on a blanket looking up into the trees pointing out birds, leaves, clouds, it was hours of entertainment and wonder for her. I hold those memories so close to my heart now.


My favorite part of nature is the sounds. I love the crunch of leaves under toe, and the low whistle of a nighttime breeze. The sounds are what really capture me.


I really love the Wood Assemblage, Complex Songbird Collection! It is gorgeous!


Just the way it makes you breathe. Feel optimistic. Feel like part of something bigger – that intangible feeling. I need to do it (go into nature) more.

Karen B.

I blogged about both the give away and Dolan..Fellow Virginian that he is


my favorite part of nature and why::::
I love the change of seasons.
Because then I get it all, all the color, sounds, smells, the magic of plants and animals reproducing and growing to maturity, be it in the wild or in the garden. My favorite season is Spring- all the senses are overwhelmed!!


Which i like and why:::
As I looked through Dolan’s work I felt drawn in. Checking his bio revealed the reason. I grew up in the same part of VA. a little east, on the other side of the mountain! As a child I spent hours on my tummy leafing through an Audubon portfolio. I have passion for birds. In the 80’s a pileated woodpecker was pointed out to me with the warning, you may never see another one. I now rejoice at each one I see.. I think it is my favorite! Hope I win it!


I like: Art on Wood, Griffith Park Tangerine (2009)


oh I love those prints. they remind me of when I was a young girl living in South Florida we had huge oak trees in our yard and a pileated woodpecker family would visit almost daily. One year they even brought their babies to the trees in our yard. I so miss that sight now.
what do I enjoy about nate and why? I enjoy the quietness, the removal from all of the hustle and bustle and stresses that can overtake our lives and I enjoy just taking the time to relax and look at the beauty of the natural world..a blade of grass, a bird on the wing, a flower in bloom. It is those things that give us pause and teach us to reflect upon what truly matters in is the little things.


I LOVE “Screenprint on Wood, Mockingbird Sing (2009)”…because I love mockingbirds!

Kim Doughty

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The more I look at those prints, the more I like them! Such a perky little woodpecker!


What is your favorite part of nature and why (be specific)?
I love the way nature’s seasons are always changing. There is something about the shifting seasons that offers both the freshness of change along with the comfort of familiarity as we move from season to season. We always know what to expect but each year brings something new along with it. It’s finally beginning to feel like Fall here in Southern California so I’m especially enjoying taking the dog for walks in the late afternoon setting sun in slightly crisp cool air. I purposely walk down the street with falling leaves so we can shuffle through them.


The New Orleans Crawfish Boil would be so fun in my kitchen! It has such personality.

But the Bluebird print is so calming, I would love to have it in our guest room/my home office. I love the colors.



Beth Parker

It’s hard to pick a favorite part of nature, but I guess my favorite is wildflowers. My grandma used to point out different kinds of wildflowers and tell us their names when we were little. She even transplanted some of them into her flower beds. I love to spot a little splash of color when I’m out walking in the woods. They just make me smile.

Beth Parker

I like “Panel Painting, Midwest Fish.” My husband and I enjoy fishing and we are decorating our living room in a lighthouse and nautical theme. The fish would fit in nicely.

Beth Parker
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