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Torn Coffee Mug featuring the painting Torn by Lynet McDonald

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Torn Coffee Mug

Lynet McDonald

by Lynet McDonald



Image Size


Background Color

R(31) G(33) B(33)

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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Coffee Mug Tags

coffee mugs torn ripped woman girl portrait figurative face dark paper gray upset confused sad depressed

Painting Tags

paintings torn ripped woman girl portrait figurative face dark paper gray upset confused sad depressed

Comments (1)

Gray  Artus

Gray Artus

I cant believe... no comments? This is stunning! vote

Lynet McDonald replied:

Thank you. I like to do portraits that display literally how I am feeling at the time that I did them. Most of my paintings are self portraits even though the women in the paintings may not necessarily look just like me. But they do reflect my feelings.

About Lynet McDonald

Lynet McDonald

I was born and raised in Mexico City and moved to the US at the age of 15. I have lived in many cities in the US since then. Houston has been my favorite city and where I currently reside. I have a Management Information Systems degree with no formal training in art. I started drawing people and self portraits at a very young age mainly to feel better and to cope during difficult times. I found out as a child that pouring my emotions into the women in my drawings and paintings would give me a great sense of relief. I continued drawing and painting women until my senior year in high school. I stopped doing art when I went to college. After I graduated, my focus shifted to my programming career. Many years went by and my artwork became...