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 P. Buckley Moss Society Newsletter






Dear Moss Society Members,


Welcome! This is the fourth newsletter of 2020.


Pat Moss News

Pat at work in her Mathews, Virginia home.

Pat has been painting non-stop during the shutdown and is excited to share her new work with you. She said, “The stay-at-home time has been such a productive time for me, however I do miss my friends, collectors and everyone who is part of the extended Moss family.” Pat will be in Waynesboro for the Virtual Show being hosted by the Moss Gallery of Waynesboro. Here are the details of the show as shared with us by the Moss Gallery of Waynesboro.


“You are invited to join the P Buckley Moss Gallery of Waynesboro, Virginia for our 3 day annual summer event which is being held online this year. For this virtual summer event, we will have unique albums of framed prints and watercolor paintings for you to view here on Facebook and at We are bringing the art to you in an effort to honor social distancing guidelines. We are excited to share with you Pat’s vibrant new print created especially for this show. It is titled, “Poplar Grove Tide Mill,” and features a prominent Mathews County landmark. This print will be released in Waynesboro on Friday, July 10th at 10 am. For more information and to reserve your limited edition print, please call our gallery at 540-949-6473. Custom framing is available.


Poplar Grove Tide Mill, $125, IS: 9-3/4 x 15 ins., Edition size: 500, 25 AP’s


During this 3 day show, we are offering free shipping for any purchase of $100 or more. This is for one box shipped within the continental United States only. Prior to shipping, all framed pieces will be signed by the artist. For your convenience, during the show hours of 10 am until 5 pm eastern, Moss Gallery personnel at 3 locations will be available to assist you.

P Buckley Moss Gallery of Waynesboro 540-949-6473
P Buckley Moss Gallery of Blacksburg 540-552-6446
P Buckley Moss Distribution Center 804-725-7378

Highlights for this event:

*Online event albums will include classic Moss images, new releases, and numerous prints that were not included previously in our virtual albums. To find these albums, go to the Facebook page "P Buckley Moss Gallery Waynesboro". A link for shopping online will be posted here on the evening of July 9. All of the virtual albums will be up on Facebook by the morning of July 10.
*Framed Moss originals will be highlighted in our online albums.
*Any purchases made this weekend can be signed and personalized by the artist during this show. Because of social distancing precautions, Pat will not be able to meet with you in person.
*Curbside pick-up of purchases will be available at the Waynesboro and Blacksburg locations.
*A $10 gift card which may be used for future purchases will be included with your order when you mention the code PBMSUMMER at checkout.
*FREE shipping for all purchases and framing orders made on July 10th – 12th. **Some exclusions apply.
*New video messages from P Buckley Moss from her studio will be posted on Facebook. We look forward to any questions or comments. See you there!”


Following the Waynesboro show, Pat will be heading to Huntington, WV for her second show with 3rd Avenue Art Gallery & Custom Framing by Jenks on July 18th. Last year she welcomed them into the Moss family of dealers and is pleased to have a return engagement there. A special print has been created for release. It is titled Veteran’s Memorial Arch. This arch was built in Huntington between 1924 and 1929 and serves as a memorial to those who served and gave their lives in World War I.


Veterans Memorial Arch will be released in 2 sizes.  IS: 7-5/16 x 11-1/4 ins., $75 IS: 11 x 17 ins., $160, Edition 250 and 25 AP’s


As Pat’s modified show schedule evolves, the updates will be found in this newsletter, Pat’s weekly newsletter and on social media.


Moss Society News

Doesn’t it seem like such a long time since chapters have been able to gather together? The Society office is thrilled to have received the 2019 Chapter reports and is once again so grateful for all the loving and kind work selflessly done by Moss Society members.


Daughter of the Stars: Thirteen members comprise this Virginia chapter. The chapter said farewell to outgoing president, Jeanette Dovel, and welcomed new co-presidents Theresa Dabrowski and Paulette Barringer. A spring flower sale and raffle were the main events used for fundraising. The winners were to be announced at the April 2020 dinner, however it was postponed.


Pat’s Cats: Lead by President Jennifer Gregory, this Virginia chapter donated food to the Grace Network and held an appreciation luncheon for the Henry County/Martinsville 911 Center. Thank you Pat’s Cats for making a difference in your community.


Moss in the New River Valley: We are so fortunate to have this chapter still with us. 2019 presented a number of personal challenges for members of this Virginia chapter, yet they still took time to take care of others. Through their chapter donation raffle held at every meeting, they raised funds for the P Buckley Moss Foundation. This year they presented the Foundation with a check for $715. This is a mobile group that held meetings in 4 different counties last year. They also collect tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. If you’re not familiar with their tabs program, here is how it works. You can help support a local Ronald McDonald House by collecting the little tabs you pull to open soda, soup or other aluminum cans. The funds generated from recycling these aluminum gems help offset the house's expenses. Thank you Moss in the New River Valley, your generosity is extraordinary.


Moss in the Forest: Eleven members of this Virginia chapter undertook the task of supporting Brook Hill Farm, a local non-profit that provides therapeutic riding programs for area residents in addition to rehabilitation services for rescued horses. Members also donated supplies to the Salvation Army and to the Domestic Violence Center. Just for fun, the chapter has adopted a project to celebrate each member’s birthday. Everyone donates a gift that is put into a “Birthday Bag” from which members can draw from when it is their birthday. Thank you Moss in the Forest for working so hard to make your community better!


P.B.’s Pals: Located in Illinois, this chapter of nine members lead by President Connie Murphy, undertook a 4 month fundraiser to assist a local P.E.O. Chapter. They raised $900 for the ELF educational fund. The ELF provides a student loan to qualified applicants that are recommended by local P.E.O. Chapters. Thank you P.B.’s Pals for sharing Pat’s vision and supporting education.


Moss on the James: Located in Central Virginia, this large chapter is able to attend to needs of several organizations throughout the calendar year. In 2019, they provided support for CJ’s Thumbs Up Ball and helped Pat Moss during her visit to the Glen Allen Cultural Center. The chapter made teacup flower arrangements which were donated to the Massey Cancer Center for the patients. Learning is always a big component of this chapter. The March meeting was held at SPARC, an organization that provides extensive programs in the arts for area children, including those with disabilities. Change the World RVA, an organization that provides assistance to homeless students in the Richmond area was the recipient of the $5,500 raised by this chapter. Congratulations are in order as MOTJ celebrated their 30th anniversary as a Moss Society Chapter in November. Thank you for your many years of hard work. It just keeps getting better!


Lake Marburg Moss: Having to deal will Pennsylvania’s restrictive fundraising laws is no easy task, but chapter President Sally Gobrecht and the members of this extraordinary group always manage to have a profound impact on their community. This year they collected filled backpacks for needy school children. They made donations to Fischer House, a facility that provides housing for veterans families while the veteran is receiving medical attention. Eighty pairs of pajamas were collected and distributed to local children in need. Money was given to God’s Meal Barrel to help with rent, and a $300 gift card was provided to the Collette family to help with the cost of special baby formula.  Additionally, the chapter publishes a newsletter and the Society office is grateful to receive it, as this chapter is constantly on the move! Thank you Lake Marburg Moss for your continuing excellence in service.


Moss in the Country: Moss in the Country also had a busy year and provided service to a number of local organizations. The Addy Grace Foundation (local non-profit) was the recipient of the $2400 raised by this chapter to assist in the creation of an all abilities playground. The playground is located at the Botetourt YMCA. Every month the chapter supports the Botetourt Food Pantry by providing paper products. Dinner was prepared for the Ronald McDonald House and pop tabs were collected and turned in. Many thanks to Moss in the Country for caring so much.


Trees of Life:  Dynamic and driven to make a significant impact on their community, this Ohio based chapter had another extraordinary year. 2019 marked the 9th year that they held their benefit “Defiance Has Talent and Heart.”  This event has become quite popular and had an attendance of 500 people. $26,000 was raised and given to Amanda Brown to help with medical expenses. Additional projects and activities saw members supporting House of Ruth Women’s Center, Christmas for Kids and Relay for Life. We are so grateful for your hard work and diligence in making your community better. Thank you.


Pat’s Blue Goose: 2019 saw this Virginia chapter raise $1730.25 and give it to a local young man named Nicholas to help with medical expenses. Lead by President Shirley Collins, chapter members extended vital companionship by visiting people living in nursing homes in Virginia and Maryland. The Blue Goose chapter is also present for Pat’s Barn Shows to lend a hand. Thank you Pat’s Blue Goose for your continued efforts to serve those in need in your community and beyond.


Pat created this print titled, On the Prowl, to be given to active 2019 Society members who participated in a local chapter during the year. These prints are being sent to chapter presidents for distribution at chapter meetings. Pat said, “Thank you for a job well done!”


Moss Foundation News

Recently Pat Moss and the Foundation office received notes of thanks from students receiving assistance from one of the many Moss programs. Take a look, because the work that all of us do, whether it is in the Moss Society or Foundation, we are having a positive impact.


The Foundation office and Pat Moss recently received these thank you notes from students who are benefitting from programs supported by you, the members of the Moss Society. Know that the work done by the Society and Foundation is making a difference!


“Love each other dearly always. There is scarcely anything else in the world but that: to love one another.” Victor Hugo

Collectors Corner


For Sale:

-Kris Kringle (’94), double matted and framed, #505/1000. $350 plus shipping.
-Fred (’88), double matted and framed, #461/1000. $95 plus shipping.
-Country Love (’88), double matted and framed, #337/1700. $160 plus shipping.
-Labor of Love (’87), double matted and framed, #216/1000. $210 plus shipping.
-Indiana (’87), double matted and framed, #56/1000. $200 plus shipping.
-My Hands to Thee (’79), double matted and framed, #1688/2000. $375 plus shipping.
-Winter’s Barn (’88), double matted and framed, #745/1000. $350 plus shipping.
-Annie and Teddy (’86), double matted and framed, #391/1000. $110 plus shipping.
-Ellen (’86), double matted and framed, #890/1000. $80 plus shipping.
Certificates of Authenticity available.
Contact Ellen Munds at or 317-828-7855.

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P. Buckley Moss Society
74 Poplar Grove Lane
Mathews, VA 23109
(800) 430-1320
© P. Buckley Moss, 2020

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