10x12 Oil on Canvas. This is one in a series of paintings I've done of some local/vintage buildings in my town. I love this building firstly for the bliss it's been serving up inside since 1985. But from an artistic standpoint, I'm drawn to the pure similicty of the building and all the different blocks of color, the major one being the distinct change on one side of the building's color from the other due to the sun's angle. The true gems are in the details: the wondy parking poles, the faded DONUT sign (all excect the T), the yellow fire hydrant standing sentry, and the millions of stickers that locals have slapped on the front windows. So much character surrounding a simple cube and so much goodness inside!