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Port Harbor Coffee Mug featuring the digital art Port Harbor #1 by Stacey Carlson

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Port Harbor #1 Coffee Mug

Stacey Carlson

by Stacey Carlson



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Background Color

R(168) G(151) B(160)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

Beautiful memories of the Marina in Port Washington, WI


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Port Harbor #1 Digital Art by Stacey Carlson

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Artist's Description

Beautiful memories of the Marina in Port Washington, WI

About Stacey Carlson

Stacey Carlson

Stacey is an award winning artist known for her landscapes and wildlife paintings throughout the Midwest and beyond. Her work has been seen at the Walker’s Point Center for the Arts in Downtown Milwaukee, The Arts Mill Gallery in Grafton, WI, Cobblestone Gallery in Racine, WI, as well as many art shows and sales. She is a member of Sheboygan Visual Artists group and Waters Edge Artists, an environmentally focused art group. Throughout the years Stacey has studied with several different artists utilizing various mediums. Several years ago she made the transition from traditional painting materials to digital painting but found her true love in traditional watercolor painting.