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Portrait Tote Bag featuring the painting Young Mo by Barbara Pease

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Young Mo Tote Bag

Barbara Pease

by Barbara Pease



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Product Details

Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

Monica as a 5th grader

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2 - 3 business days

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Young Mo Painting by Barbara Pease


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Young Mo Wood Print

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Young Mo iPhone Case

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Young Mo Throw Pillow

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Young Mo Duvet Cover

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Young Mo Shower Curtain

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Young Mo Round Beach Towel

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Young Mo Portable Battery Charger

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Young Mo Bath Towel

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Young Mo T-Shirt


Young Mo Coffee Mug

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Young Mo Yoga Mat

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Young Mo Spiral Notebook

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Young Mo Fleece Blanket

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Artist's Description

Monica as a 5th grader

About Barbara Pease

Barbara Pease

Simply said, I paint because I have to. It makes me whole. The times in my life when I have let that side of me go, I have gone a little crazy. Art is my sanity and my refuge. In my watercolors I am very interested in light—how it shines through and reflects off of objects and people, and how that light captures time. I use photo references because I study that precision of light and shadow in a particular moment. For the past few years I have been painting on silk. I am seduced by the vibrancy of the colors and how they play on the sheen of the fabric. For paintings, this is slow and very process filled work, so I have only a few detailed pieces in that medium. But I also have been painting scarves. They’re fun, bright and abstract...