examples of Don's sculptures can be seen and purchased at these galleries:
LIP SERIES
LANDSCAPES
web design Don Dougan
view more about ICARIAN NOCTURNE
MULTI-ELEMENT INSTALLATION PIECES
NONNO, NONNA
(Grandfather, Grandmother)
italian white marble, italian gray marble
6" high x 23" x 13"    
Don's metaphoric images and figures inhabit landscapes  worked into crisply defined form, using color, texture, and material to imply, hint, and suggest.
GODSPEED BARSOOM: DEJAH
italian red and white marbles,
spanish & belgian black marbles
12" high x 29" x 16"
THREE HILLS FOR REMUS
italian gray marble, white alabama marble,
belgian black marble, yellow pine
58" high x 22" x 19"
STONEBOAT SERIES
More often than not, the works express aspects of the human character through the exploration of the metaphors of language, myth, and the spiritual journeys of our own human condition.
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Don Dougan  sculptor
www.dondougan.com
unless otherwise noted, all sculptures are currently available and are for sale,
for prices or further information please contact the artist
all sculptural & photographic images copyright Don Dougan except where otherwise noted
STRETCHED TRUTH:
POETIC LICENSE
cast bronze, chinese black marble
7" high x 12" wide
The sensual contrasts inherent in the materials intertwine and combine to reveal the relationships between the archetypal forms those materials take and the spaces they inhabit.
MEN WOULD BE ANGELS .  .  .
italian fossiliferous sandstone, travertine,
italian white and red marbles, iron ring
19" high x 24" wide
HATHOR'S EAR:
WHISPERS TO THE MOON                
detail of wall piece                      
as shown 25" high x 12" wide                      
CORNUCOPIA
variable dimension wall piece
an open-ended piece with new elements added periodically, the current version has twenty-one elements
40" high x 40" wide as shown with nine
ICARIAN NOCTURNE 
43" wide detail
partially buried outdoor installation
Whether abstracted or representational, the work creates a context in which to focus our perceptions of the binding drama of human life.
studio in metro  Atlanta, Georgia 
Stone is usually the primary material Don uses for the major element in his work, although a diversity of other materials are used to contrast and complement the stone.
Each type of material is chosen for its unique qualities, and each quality adds a depth to the expression of the work.
Though working with the juxtapositions of a variety of materials, Don first and foremost considers himself  a carver.  In the process of  carving it is the material which is the genesis of all other considerations for the sculptor.
In other words, it all begins with the material.
                                       YEAH, MAM (SHE PULLED MY TOOTH)
                                       A DETAIL FROM THORNE SMITH’S GARDEN
black irish slate, italian yellow marble, spanish black marble, blue & red glass, tooth
12½" high x 12¾"x 3"
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Sometimes we find a metaphor that doesn't fit into an easily-defined category . . .
METAPHORICAL PRESENCES
FUNCTIONAL
ON A MORTAL PLANE:
TABLE IN RED AND BLACK 
champlain radio black marble, 
spanish red marble, steel  
22" high x 50" x 22"  
private collection  
A RUNCIBLE BOWL
cast bronze
2½" high x 9½" dia.
ROMAN THREE
limestone, glass, clock movement
12" high x 16½" wide
                    WRENCHED LIGHT
limestone, polyester, marble, electric light
11½"" high x 9½" wide
image of artist in working gear, link to artist biographical page,
image of GODSPEED BARSOOM, link to Stoneboats page #1
image of NONNO NONNA sculpture, link to details of sculpture page
image of THREE HILLS FOR REMUS sculpture, link to Metaphorical Presences page#1
image of MEN WOULD BE ANGELS... sculpture, link to Landscapes series of sculptures page #1
image of POETIC LICENSE: STRETCHED TRUTH sculpture, link to Lipworks series page #1
image of 9 elements of sculpture, link to details of CORNUCOPIA series
partial image of ICARIAN NOCTURNE sculpture, link to details page
partial image of HATHOR'S EAR sculpture, link to details page
image of self-illuminated sculpture
image of funtional clock, link to Functional Clocks page
image of functional cast bronze bowl, link to Functional Bowl sculptures page
image of funtional talble sculpture
YAHRZEIT MEMORIAL
aluminum, stainless steel, glass, illumination, engraving
78"  high x 120"  wide     collection Beth Tefillah Atlanta
image of large wall sculpture, link to details of commission page
click on other image for details, detail image of sculpture
. . . and then again, some metaphors deserve their own category . . . 

"Climb on down!" link,   detail image ofsculpture maquette ladder
page last updated: December 3, 2014
a work
proposed
fragment of image of sculpture maquette, link to details of maquette page
RUNGS:
ONE AT A TIME
detail
TABLE MAQUETTE
detail
METAPHORICAL GARDENS
One cannot help but be influenced by the arts and artists experienced in the journey through life.  Paying tribute or homage to those who work in other artforms — writers and composers, musicians and actors, and other visual artists — is a time-honored tradition. 

One also cannot help but imagine what  the fertile back gardens of these cultivators might be like, or contain . . .
image of YEAH, MAM (SHE PULLED MY TOOTH) sculpture, link to details and Metaphorical Gardens page #1
ILLUMINATION
CLOCKS
FURNITURE
CONTAINERS
INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS
RED DEPTHS (OMPHALOS ROSSO) mixed media painting with glass, ceramic
12"x 16"x 2"

VERDIGRIS DREAM: PEEPIN'
stretched canvas, slate, copper leaf, wood, maple burl, glass, ceramic, pigment
24"x  23"x  3"

SCULPTURAL PAINTINGS
detail from HOME SUITE: LUB-DUP, LUB-DUP
cast and carved plaster, bronze powder, carved acrylic,
travertine, slate, celluloid, anodized alumninum, linen,
wood, etched glass, paint
17"x 15" x 4"

two views DRINKING FROM A BROKEN
CUP TASTES AS SWEET
(BORSALINO ON WHEELS)
cast and carved plaster, carved acrylic,
found objects, clay, rope, electric illumination, paint
12"x 15" x 11"

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Marietta, Georgia
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