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 P. Buckley Moss Newsletter

Sept. 27-28

The Art Loft
Collinsville, IL
(618) 344-1212
October 4-5
Berlin Creek
Berlin, OH
(330) 893-2686
October 11-13
Barn Show & Gallery
Open House

Waynesboro, VA
(540) 949-6473

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Dear Friends,


Autumn is upon us and I couldn’t be more delighted. I have been working steadily in my studio on new artwork to be released during my fall show season. I hope to reconnect with many of you as my schedule this year will keep me hopping. Here is what my Fall looks like so far:






The Art Loft Gallery

Collinsville, IL

(618) 344-1212






Berlin Creek Gallery

Berlin, OH

(330) 893-2686


P. Buckley Moss Barn Show

Waynesboro, VA

(540) 949-6473


Martin's Gallery

Hanover, PA

(717) 632-3355


Canada Goose Gallery

Waynesville, OH

(513) 897-4348






Gallery Art Center

Columbus, OH

(614) 442-1109


King James Galleries of Winchester

Winchester, VA

(540) 869-9025



Up Against the Wall Gallery

Frames and More

Kingsport, TN

Osage, IA

(423) 246-7210

(641) 832-3067






King James Galleries of Gettysburg

Gettysburg, PA

(717) 398-2034


P. Buckley Moss Barn Show

Waynesboro, VA

(540) 949-6473


P. Buckley Moss Gallery

Blacksburg, VA

(540) 552-6446

I’ve included the phone number for each gallery so that you may contact them for information on a particular show. My daughters Patty and Becky will alternate travelling with me, and we will be bringing the Moss Foundation raffle quilt with us.


The 2019 Moss Foundation raffle quilt. You won’t want to miss out on purchasing a ticket for this gorgeous quilt made by Jeannine McNeill and Linda Gorman. Tickets are $3 each, or 2 for $5 and the proceeds directly benefit the children’s education programs


Next week, September 27th and 28th, I will be in Collinsville, Illinois at The Art Loft Gallery. The Art Loft is located near St. Louis and they have been an authorized Moss dealer since 1985. Best described as a “jewel”, this gallery resides in a manor house that was constructed in 1906. Visitors will notice the careful attention to detail, and just may find themselves staying for a couple of hours. Over the years, gallery owners Paul and Carolyn Welch have released new prints of mine highlighting local landmarks. This year’s prints will feature the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge that was opened in 2014. The Stan Span, as it is now known, crosses the Mississippi River between St. Clair County, Illinois, and the city of St. Louis, Missouri.


Each print shows a different perspective of the bridge.
Twilight on the Riverbank $85, IS: 8 x 12-7/16”. The Stan Span Bridge $85, IS: 7-15/16 x 12-3/4”. For show information, please call 618-344-1212 or visit


With all of this activity, you may be wondering what I have done for fun lately. Well, I have a good story to share with you. Friday, September 13th my daughter Becky and I had the privilege of attending the season opening night at the Moss Arts Center. In my many years of going to concerts, theatre or dance performances, I had never seen the Dance Theatre of Harlem. The New York Times described them as, "one of the dance world's more visionary experiments.”  Dance Theatre of Harlem was founded in 1969 by dancer Arthur Miller. He said, “The arts ignite the mind, they give you the possibility to dream and to hope.” Now in their 50th year of existence, this dance company has a rich history; and through performances, community engagement and arts education, it carries forward the message of empowerment through the arts for all. Their program for opening night, canvassed a wide repertoire, beginning with the elegance of classical ballet and closing with a rousing modern dance set to the music of James Brown. To learn more about this exciting group, please follow this link.


Pictured with me are (L) Artistic Director, Virginia Johnson and Executive Director, Anna Glass.


Isn’t it fantastic that continuing education, or lifelong learning programs are now readily available for curious people over 50? The subjects being offered range from art to history to language to technology.  George Bernard Shaw once said that “we grow old because we stop playing.” Perhaps playing and learning are similar? Now on display at the Moss Gallery of Blacksburg is the artwork from the Lifelong Learning Institute at Virginia Tech. Take a look.


Lifelong Learning students’ artwork on display at the Moss Gallery of Blacksburg.


My new friends from Lifelong Learning Institute at VT.


Are you still thinking about travelling with my family and me on the 2020 Moss Society British Isles tour? I hope so. Here’s the link to the travel brochure.


Until next week,





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