Now Available at the Parkersburg Art Center!
This original graphite drawing by Pat Cross shows a woman twirling barefoot in a summer dress to a melody composed in her imagination.
When Nobody’s Watchin’ is a tribute to delicious solitude, those private moments of joy in the very present motion. For some of us, the social distancing policy offers a bit of respite from the fast-paced and often incessant social demands of modern life.
The edges of the drawing are custom cut with a deckle edge for added interest. The drawing mounts in a solid wood frame with a slate gray finish that coordinates well with any decor. The out dimension of the frame is 22" x 12" and is wired, ready to hang.
One of a series of award-winning drawings on the human form by Pat Cross.