The mural, which can be seen from CR 550S, took only three weeks to complete and consists of a large landscape, which includes Big Walnut Creek and one of the many covered bridges.
Tesmer began her hobby of oil painting after taking several lessons on the subject, her favorite thing being landscapes.
"I told him, if you do the repairs I'll paint a mural," said Tesmer. "I just did it because it was an old barn and I wanted to paint it to make it look pretty."
The couple initially planned on repainting the barn earlier in the year but due to the extreme heat they were forced to wait.
As with the pervious murals, she began her planning by sketching out just what she exactly wanted to do. A lot of things were changed but the overall concept remained the same.
Several local residents have noticed what a difference it makes in the community, especially during the Covered Bridge Festival. It is during this festival where people from all over the United States stop to take a closer look.
"It's been really interesting," said Tesmer. "We've had an enjoyable time meeting people from all over they United States."
Tesmer's paintings may be just a hobby for her but she truly has created work that everyone can enjoy.
It is her plan to repaint the other three sides of her barn that face the street next summer as of now she plans on using the theme of the four seasons.