Canvas Chicken Tote Bag

Be green with a Rhode Island Red. I created this versatile tote bag and shopping bag inspired by my flock of chickens who live (and lay delicious eggs) in the green fields behind my studio here on Conanicut Island in the middle of Narragansett Bay. This is my original artwork —a happy chicken printed in red on natural canvas. Perfect for grocery items, heavyweight enough to carry a full picnic with a bottle of wine and a few books, too. It's sturdy and strong and made in the USA from 100% Organic Cotton. Each bag is 15" x 15" x 5" deep.

Get One: $15

Comments:

6 posted.

Allie Sabalis wrote: 8/12/2018
Had fun visiting your mini-studio, Alex! A lot of charming work comes out of there. Especially like the chicken tote bags and animal portraits tied up in ribbons!

Allie in Jamestown
Alan S wrote: 6/26/2018
Ah ha ha ha!! OMG I love the story of Ellie and Gwendolin the pigs! Their faces are so charming, so alive. You've really captured animal souls in your artwork. I will try to hit the Jamestown Farmers Market next week. I do hope you haven't sold them yet.

Really, just wonderful paintings and a delightful story to go with them.

Alan in NK
Alexandra Kent wrote: 6/27/2018
Thank you Alan!
If Gwennie & Ellie are gone I have other animals for you to meet... I am enjoying the way these personalities emerge & take over their portraits. Please do come to the Farmers Market and introduce yourself!
Holly Rogers wrote: 10/21/2018
It was great meeting you (@ Brown Derm) with paint on your hands; the tell tale sign of an artist at work! I love all of your creations posted here. There is diversity of style and medium with whimsy and realism! I especially love the tale of the Book plate! I have many such books that need to be read, or just napped upon.
Thanks for your artistic gifts! They enhance the world around us.
Holly
Stephanie Marino wrote: 6/5/2018
I like the new look on your website!
Sally Kent wrote: 6/20/2018
I can see the personalities in the eyes. Brothers can be so different.

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