Open Front Coat
Two slash pockets
Dry clean only
"Sunrise" Art Coat by Valentin Arrellin
Here is a new piece from artist Valentin Arrellin that is slightly more subtle than some of his amazing geometric mandala designs, yet no less eye-catching in its effect. "Sunrise" starts with a stunning design of concentric "V" shapes at the base of the center back side which then expands and radiates outward from there to create a striking array of bold lines across the sides and front.
Arrellin is obsessed with the patterns of "sacred geometry" that are found everywhere in nature and are based on simple mathematical sequences that form pinecone, sunflower, galaxy and other circular patterns. It's an exciting concept with an even more exciting visual effect, especially when rendered by Arrellin's signature perfect lines and saturated gold paint!
Wear "Sunrise" over a column of black with chunky gold jewelry that will give you a knock out look at your next special evening out.
Black shantung silk shell
with fire engine red shantung silk lining. Valentin Arrellin's Bio
“I am from Zacatecas, a colonial and mining city in central Mexico. I graduated as a Mining Engineer in 2000 from Zacatecas University and worked on 4 different underground mines for 2 years. After I graduated, I decided I didn’t like mining. I moved to Santa Fe in 2002 and fell in love with its adobe houses, Spanish and Native American culture and its art. All of this inspired me to create and illustrate.”
“Being in engineering school prompted me to fall in love with Geometry. Sacred Geometry caught my attention. It is in everyone, everywhere and everything from the tiniest particle, human bodies, animals, plants, planets, galaxies and the universe itself. My art is based in nature and it’s natural patterns and shapes, from the microcosm to the macrocosm.”
“The study of Sacred Geometry has always been fascinating to me, from both scientific and spiritual points of view. There are times when people who advocate one facet of Sacred Geometry scoff at the people on the other side of the fence. Nonetheless, it cannot be denied that the study of Sacred Geometry, whether for scientific or spiritual purposes, is something that can blow the mind away.”