My show at Thames Fine Arts & Framing in Frederick, Maryland, was
wonderful. Gallery owners Jon Thames and Molly Pollasch did an outstanding
job, and I thank them for a delightful weekend.
Former Congresswoman Bev Byron came with her husband to meet Pat
at Thames Fine Arts & Framing in Frederick, Maryland.
I was very pleased to spend some time at Hood College
while I was in Frederick Friday afternoon, signing copies of my print
Hood College Days. Ten percent of the proceeds from the sale
of the prints goes to support Hood College’s P. Buckley Moss Award
for Special Education. What a beautiful campus! What gracious people!
Pat signs a print of Hood College Days for a collector
during her visit to Hood College this past Friday. Watching over Pat
are Jon Thames (left), owner of Thames Fine Arts and Framing and the
one who commissioned the print, and Don Linton (second from left), who
is on the Hood College Board of Trustees.
This week I’m going to visit Colonial Williamsburg,
which isn’t far from my home in Mathews, Virginia, to soak in
the atmosphere before creating the special paintings for the convention
prints. Our Collectors’
Convention will be held at The Holiday Inn Patriot in Williamsburg,
Virginia, this September 22-23, and I’m very excited about it.
Williamsburg is a very special place, and I think everyone who comes
will enjoy being there.
Just down the road from Williamsburg is Jamestown, which is the oldest
English-speaking settlement in “the New World.” Next year
will mark Jamestown’s 400th anniversary! I hope to have a special
Jamestown print ready for release at the Convention for those collectors
who love history.
The 132 “Run for the Roses” takes place this Saturday! I’ve
just released a new Kentucky poster, which depicts the Kentucky
Derby at Churchill Downs. I hope you horse lovers will enjoy it.
Pat's new Kentucky
poster, available now from your Moss dealer.
This weekend I’ll be in Hardy, Virginia, for a show
with The Cottage Gate. Hardy is located at famous Smith Mountain Lake,
and I’ve created a special lake scene to release at the show.
I’m looking forward to seeing many members of my “extended
Moss family” there.
Lake Shore Memories, Pat's painting of Smith Mountain Lake, will
be released as a print at The Cottage Gate in Hardy, Virginia when Pat
visits there this weekend. For more details, call the gallery at (540)
’Til next week…