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Crooked Lake Cabins And Resort Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Crooked Lake by Cynthia Dickinson

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Crooked Lake Coffee Mug

Cynthia Dickinson

by Cynthia Dickinson



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Background Color

R(83) G(43) B(32)

Product Details

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


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Crooked Lake  Photograph by Cynthia Dickinson


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Coffee Mug Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Comments (1)

Jeff Brassard

Jeff Brassard

nice and congrats for the sale!


About Cynthia Dickinson

Cynthia Dickinson

Artist Statement My grandfather’s life was saved by an Ojibwe guide in Northern Minnesota during the Babbitt Survey. He was a surveyor and had laid an axe into his thigh somewhere out in the bush too far from medical help. The guide filled the wound with white pine pitch, wrapped it an old shirt told my grandfather when the shirt fell off the wound would be healed. Well, weeks later the shirt fell off and the gash from the axe healed. Consequently, my grandparents had a healthy respect for native culture and people. And my grandmother edged my seeing by asking me to find the spirit lines and spirit breaks in Navajo rugs and various baskets that filled her cabin. Those lines and breaks, she said, were the places where the spirits...