Run O' Luck Tote Bag
Our premium Tote Bags are hand-sewn in the U.S.A. and feature a high-quality print that’ll never fade. Constructed with a premium, canvas-like material and double-stitched for quality, our totes make amazing grocery and beach bags.
- Available in three sizes
- Crafted with durable, lightweight poly poplin fabric
- Double-stitched seams and stress points
- 1” wide cotton webbing carrying strap
- Machine washable, tumble dry low
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About this artwork
Since leaving Savannah, every year I celebrate St. Paddy's Day with a little bit of sadness. I miss the smiling faces of my friends romping through the historic district and the Guinness fueled revelry of Tybee Island's Irish Heritage Parade. To cheer myself, I have a yearly celebration of my ancestry and my favorite European culture by painting a Celtic themed piece. While the phrase "Luck of the Irish" is usually misused and taken out of context (it was first coined as an ironic phrase), this year I focused on the concept of luck. The traditional symbol of Saint Patrick is a shamrock with three leaves; each one representing a figure in the Holy Trinity. The shamrock was also seen as a symbol of dissent during the 19th century and worn to promote Irish nationalism. It's no surprise that with a misunderstood phrase like "Luck of the Irish", many people would associate the popular lucky "charm" of a four-leaf clover with Ireland. Many say a four-leaf clover is very lucky while others say you make your own luck. This year, I made both.