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Barn Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Old Farmstead 2 by Toni Hopper

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Old Farmstead 2 Coffee Mug

Toni Hopper

by Toni Hopper



Image Size


Background Color

R(123) G(93) B(16)

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

An old barn is more weathered than the weather! Texture added for fine art image.


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Old Farmstead 2  Photograph by Toni Hopper


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Coffee Mug Tags

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Photograph Tags

photographs barn photos farm photos landscape photos farmstead photos rural photos oklahoma photos color photos rusted photos silo photos country photos farming photos weathered photos rusted metal photos americana photos

Comments (2)

Ira Shander

Ira Shander

Love the treatment and mood.

Artist's Description

An old barn is more weathered than the weather! Texture added for fine art image.

Rural Decay and Deterioration 06/14/2017

About Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

Everyone needs a once in a lifetime experience. You know the kind. One that leaves a lasting impression and even changes how you look at life, how you look at your surroundings. I wrote that in a book I published in 2009, "Riding the Chisholm Trail: Once in a Lifetime" after I had that experience that changed the way I looked at the world around me. Now 10 years later, that single day and the two years it took me to edit the images and write the stories in that book, I realize it continues to impact me. It's given me a new appreciation of our country's history and what it took for our pioneers, my ancestors, to forge what we now enjoy and many times undervalue. While it took me most of my life to appreciate these things, reflection...