Do You Believe You Are Lucky?

You must be! Why? Because you are reading this right now so you know that the Dancing Eye Gallery is your pot o’ gold, the end of the rainbow for things Irish (and more). A four-leaf clover means LUCK. They are rare, but so is the talent that we represent at the likes of our shop.

May your day be touched by a bit of Irish luck, brightened by a song in your heart and warmed by the smiles of the people you love. ♣

What’s the Craic?

The “craic” at the Dancing Eye Gallery is that we have green things, lucky things and things to make your Irish eyes smile! However you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, don’t forget our dancing eyes! They are always smilin’!

*craic is Irish for fun, news, conversation.

Pat’s Hats and Shamrocks!

Yes! The Dancing Eye Gallery is having a St. Patrick’s Day HAT contest this Saturday, March 17! Come into the store that day wearing your St. Paddy’s hat and we’ll take a photo and put it on Facebook for our friends to vote on! There will be a lucky winner! Saturday will surely be festive, with the wearin’ of the green and beverages and cookies and lots to see and buy! Don’t miss it! Slainte!

Rogers dish

Lucky You!

Quotable card

Lucky T-shirt

Tokens for luck

One Acre tile

Though traditionally the four-leaf clover is not associated as often with St. Patrick’s Day, it is a rare find and said to bring good luck. We guarantee that what you find at the Dancing Eye Gallery is rare and that you will have only good luck shopping here! How’s that for our segue to St. Patrick’s Day and the three-leaf clover or shamrock which we’ll feature next week?