In this original oil painting, a young family escapes the encroaching walls of their home to embark on a Sunday afternoon bicycle ride to the local Dairy Queen. Images of creamy vanilla, chocolate syrup and crunchy nuts swirl in their delicious anticipation. The family pooch looks giddy to go along for the ride, hopeful for a lick or two of sweet, sticky fingers.
"Dairy Queen Sunday" is one of a series of oil paintings by Pat Cross on the desirability and viability of living in this small town designed by Eleanor Roosevelt and how that plays out into our modern day.
In this 16" x 12" oil painting, the artist used all professional grade, archival quality materials and production methods. The painting is sealed with a clear, UV protective finish for lasting impressions. It is mounted in a handmade solid wood frame with a cocoa colored finish that is wired and ready to hang in your home or office.
One of a series of oil paintings by Pat Cross on the perks of small town living.
This program, Eleanor’s 2020 Vision, is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.