Oh, what a joy to be working in the garden; picking up dead branches; and watching the daffodils, forsythia, and tulips come to life! It’s spring, and I’m happy! I spent a few days at my home on the Chesapeake Bay in Mathews, and life is good down near the water. I enjoy watching the tide coming in and going out and all the water-life. Each time I return to Mathews, I have dinner at The White Dog Bistro, which is one of my favorites. Home is wherever I am, and good friends are everywhere.
This Saturday I’ll be welcoming spring with King James Galleries of Winchester, Virginia. Gallery manager Marian Sempeles and I will be releasing my new giclée of Shenandoah University.
My College Memories-Shenandoah University will be released during my show with King James Galleries of Winchester, VA, on Saturday, March 21. For more information, please contact the gallery at 540-869-9025.
I’m also very excited about my new giclée of the University of Virginia that I will be releasing during my April 17-19 gallery show and Barn Open House in Waynesboro, Virginia. Spring on the Lawn will be available for purchase from the P. Buckley Moss Gallery located at 329 West Main Street in downtown Waynesboro. If you would like a special print number, please call the gallery at 540-949-6473 to reserve it. Special numbers will be reserved on a first come-first served basis.
I will be at my nearby “Barn” home to meet collectors and sign prints from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday, April 17-18, and from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 19. Please be sure to join us for refreshments on our new Commemorative Walkway and Patio area at The Barn from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 18.
Spring on the Lawn will be released during my April 17-19 gallery show and Barn Open House in Waynesboro, VA. For more information, please contact my gallery in Waynesboro at 540-949-6473.
Our good friend and long-time dealer J.D. Gregory of Imperial Gallery in Virginia Beach and Poor Man’s Frame Shop in Chesapeake, Virginia, passed away this winter. He and Gail have represented me for many, many years and introduced me to so many people whom I have enjoyed meeting, including the wife of Dr. Pat Robertson, Founder, Chancellor, and CEO of Regent University in Virginia Beach. J.D. and Gail drove Mrs. Robertson to Mathews from Virginia Beach to choose some of my originals to hang in the University. It was such a joy to have them visit us.
I saw J.D. last year, and we laughed and reminisced about all our memories through the years. We will miss him. Gail has told us that David, who has worked for them for twenty years, is taking over the gallery in Chesapeake. He is changing the name to Great Bridge Frame Shop.
My dear friends Mel and Suzanne Abramovitz from Roswell, Georgia, came up and visited my gallery in Blacksburg, Virginia. My daughter Becky also gave them a tour of the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, which is within walking distance of the gallery. I’m looking forward to seeing them next weekend when I’m in Marietta, Georgia, for my show with The Framery. Gallery owner Barry Watson and I will be releasing my new giclée of Starr’s Mill, located on Whitewater Creek in Fayette County, west of Atlanta and Marietta. Barry and I have been showing together for nearly thirty-four years!
Starr’s Mill will be released during my show with The Framery in Marietta, GA, March 28-29. For more information, please contact the gallery at 770-977-8667.
My dear friends Mel and Suzanne Abramovitz of Roswell, GA, are pictured with my daughter Becky at our gallery in Blacksburg, VA. They also enjoyed touring “the beautiful Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech”. Suzanne posted, “Thank you, Becky, for the tour and for breakfast and for meeting us on your day off.”