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Dear Friends,

 

As I am writing this newsletter, I want to share some thoughts on Veterans Day. It is a particularly special one this year. One hundred years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the Allied nations and Germany declared an armistice, or cessation of hostilities of World War I. While the treaty of Versailles in 1919 marked the official end of the war, Americans and our Allies see November 11th as the day the war ended. Armistice Day, Remembrance Day and now, Veterans Day all share this common root. What I propose to honor this day is to share a photo of a veteran with your family and friends. Tell their story. We all need to see their faces and remember what has been given for us. I will be sharing a photo of my brother Dan in his USMC uniform on my Facebook page. I encourage you to do likewise, and if you are so inclined, I would love for you to share with me too. I can be found on Facebook at P Buckley Moss Artist.

 


My brother Danny in his USMC uniform before his departure to Japan. He is pictured here with our parents.

 

The clocks have turned back an hour and fall has confirmed its presence. With the cool nights and colorful leaves wafting continuously about my home, it just may be my favorite time of year. Fall is also great time to travel and the majority of my shows are scheduled this season.  My daughter Becky and I spent Saturday, November 3rd at a show with my friends at King James Galleries of Winchester, Virginia. We released my new print, Winter at Glen Burnie. After learning about and painting this grand home, I really want to go on a full tour.

 


It is always a joy to see Ken and Carol Walters. A beautifully framed show print is in the background.

 

The Moss Gallery of Blacksburg hosted the Virginia Tech Family and Alumni Relations Committee reception last Friday night. People have asked me how I have time to participate in all these things. I have to tell you that I do not want to miss meeting a single special person or group, especially when it comes to education. This committee is part of a bridge that facilitates integration of the university studies with the family and community.

 


Virginia Tech Family and Alumni Relations Committee.

 


To further foster community spirit, VT has an interactive wall where participants create art together.

 


Sherwood Quillen and friends joined me at the Moss Art Center for the 5th Anniversary Gala: “Callas in Concert.” This extraordinary performance brought together the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Constantine Kitsopoulus, with a halographic image of Maria Callas performing. Many of us had never heard this magical soprano live in concert. This technology brings to life the beloved “La Divina.” I think I can speak for the Blacksburg area community when I say congratulations and thank you to the Moss Arts Center for providing such outstanding programming.

 

Until next week,

 

Love,




 
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