• Bloom in The Black
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  • Bloom in The Black
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Artist - Jessica Doh
New York City, New York

One of a Kind
Round Neck
Classic Silhouette
Knee Length
Open Front Coat
100% Silk Coat & Lining
Two Slash Pockets
Features Exclusive Artwork 
Dry Clean Only

 

"Bloom in The Black" Art Coat by Jessica Doh

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This new piece from artist Jessica Doh is simply breathtaking! Jessica has painted flowers all her life, and it really shows in her expert brushwork and sumptuous color palette. Jessica has created a lovely asymmetrical composition here, placing the larger blossom on the lower right of both jacket front and back, and drawing the eye around the design. She has a wonderfully loose and free way of handling paint, giving a lush, impressionistic styling to her subject. The dash of hot pink lining at the cuffs and collar adds a finishing touch that makes the whole piece pop.

 

You will feel like a living flower garden in full bloom when you wear this fabulous piece to your next special event!

 

Black Shantung silk shell
with hot pink silk lining. Jessica Doh's Bio

New York City

“I am an abstract sculptor, painter and textile designer. I was born in Seoul, Korea, and studied Fine Art at the University of California at Irvine. I received my BFA from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. My love for the culture and art of New York City brought me to this city three decades ago. Today, I live in Long Island City and make a living as a freelance artist.”

“My work explores my lifelong fascination with the relationship of colors to shapes, and revels in the juxtaposition of the intended and unintended. Often the most beautiful things I create are unexpected and unforeseen. It is my hope to share some of these moments through my work.”

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