• Cupofuce (Garden)
  • Cupofuce (Garden)
Artist - Shelley Patrick
Muscogee (Creek)
Santa Fe, New Mexico

One of a Kind
Round Neck
Classic Silhouette
Knee Length
Open Front Coat
100% Silk Coat & Lining
Two Side Slash pockets
Features Exclusive Artwork 
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"Cupofuce (Garden)" Art Coat by Shelley Patrick


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Artist Shelley Patrick has created a charming minimalist design that suggests the gentle beauty of a flower garden. Simple floral symbols painted in pale yellow and lilac gently nod across the bottom edge while extremely delicate, colorful "tendril" lines wind up the back side and down the front edges. The pastel flowers and tendril lines stand out against the rich black silk fabric, while the silver silk lining creates another focal accent at the collar and sleeve edge.


This is a quiet, elegant piece, perfect for expressing your love of flowers and refined sensibility. Wear over basic black or silver top and black pants with delicate silver jewelry.


Black shantung silk shell
with silver shantung silk lining.


Shelley Patrick's Bio

Muscogee, Oklahoma

“I am a Muscogee (Creek) artist engaging in questioning, changing and enlarging what that designation means. My art is an expression of my personal identity interconnected with my tribal identity and affiliation. As a member of a large family of Native American artists, I grew up surrounded by the traditions of the Indian art world, both ancient and recent. I integrate historical Southeastern Native designs into several of my paintings, but I am also strongly influenced by 1960’s-70’s era Indian art, which imploded stereotypes and insisted on the creative sovereignty of Native art as a part of the wider world.”

“Like many Native American artists of my generation, I value the freedom of expression that those earlier artists earned and want to further it by eradicating the last confines placed on us as Native people and artists. To that end, I use form as a representation of self, or placement of self within an image. In this social media era when identity is a constant construct, I want my audience to experience at least a momentary sense of that timeless universality in which they feel their inherent identity without the weight of societal, personal, or historic expectations.”

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