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Heron Coffee Mug featuring the painting Cold Feet by Marlene Schwartz Massey

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Cold Feet Coffee Mug

Marlene Schwartz Massey

by Marlene Schwartz Massey



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Background Color

R(138) G(149) B(180)

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

A black-crowned night heron stands in the water, ready for his next meal


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Cold Feet Painting by Marlene Schwartz Massey


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Cold Feet Wood Print

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Cold Feet Greeting Card

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Cold Feet Throw Pillow

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Cold Feet Duvet Cover

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Cold Feet Coffee Mug

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Coffee Mug Tags

coffee mugs heron wildlife bird shore bird

Painting Tags

paintings heron wildlife bird shore bird

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Artist's Description

A black-crowned night heron stands in the water, ready for his next meal

About Marlene Schwartz Massey

Marlene Schwartz Massey

Marlene Schwartz Massey has lived in Cape May County, New Jersey, since 1991, and she states, �My art is definitely influenced by my love of the area.� Ms. Schwartz, who grew up in northern New Jersey, has been an artist since early childhood. From the start, she never confined herself to one medium, working in pastels, pen & ink, oils, and watercolors. Since 1978, Ms. Schwartz has been experiencing symptoms that were diagnosed as multiple sclerosis, which is now in the secondary progressive stage. This does not affect her artistic pursuits. Instead, she finds that the challenge of creating art while living with a chronic disease gives her a feeling of pride and self-worth. Ms. Schwartz compensates for her...