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Weekender Bag with art, 'What Was Then'

Weekender Bag with art, 'What Was Then'

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Weekender Bag

Our oversized Weekender Tote is perfect for your weekend at the beach or in town. The wide-mouthed, durable bag holds a generous amount of personal items and is easily held by its thick rope handles. Artwork is vibrantly printed on both sides of bag. 

  • 100% Spun Polyester
  • T-bottom
  • Cream sheeting interior lining
  • One size: 24" x13" (60.9 cm x 33 cm)
  • 27" long, cream-colored rope handles fed through gold color metal grommets.
  • Assembled in the USA

Care instructions

Before cleaning the bag, remove all the items from the bag. Suggested to pretreat visible stains with stain remover. Mix warm water with laundry detergent and hand wash the bag with terry washcloth or soft bristle brush. Let the bag air dry. Dryclean is also an option.

High-quality poly-mailer bags are used for soft products, while cardboard boxes may be used for larger orders. Products that require extra protection will be shipped in padded mailers or cardboard boxes.

Copyright Tif Choate 2023, All rights Reserved 


About the art

artist painting artwork.

'What was Then' originally painted by Tif Choate. A response to a call for art in her thriving artist community in Lafayette, CO. She photographed Barbara Baer's sculpture 'Light Fall' late at afternoon when sunlight reflected through the piece onto the pavement. She then painted her interpretation into this abstract impression titled 'What Was Then'. As Tif began her work, she imagined couples strolling through the small towns full of delightful and colorful shops and restaurants, thriving small business owners all enjoying the beauty of the Colorado sunset and the amazing and quirky local art scene.

The artist call is a harkening for the community to create. See & Respond is an invitation to check out the dozen and more sculptures placed throughout the Old Town thoroughfare; encouraging those to walk, to ride or drive. The viewers are encouraged to respond creatively, including painting, photography, fiber, poetry, etc. For a year, selected artworks are displayed at the Lafayette Public Library. A fundraising reception culminates in a gala at the library with hors d'oeuvres from local restaurants, beverages for sale, live music and an Arts and Poetry Award Ceremony. Public Arts Community of Lafayette, a group of volunteers and art leaders and liaisons with the city in the community, champions, plans and finances this program.


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