P. Buckley Moss in Pictures
October, 2011

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P. Buckley Moss is one of America's most prized living artists. An alumnus of New York's prestigious Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Pat Moss is a formally educated and accomplished artist, highly regarded by academics and collectors alike. Her art is represented in over 200 galleries worldwide.

Having achieved success, she devotes a great deal of her time and effort to helping others. Donations of P. Buckley Moss art have raised over four million dollars for worthy charities. The P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education is devoted to promoting the use of art in the classroom, especially as a means to teach children with learning differences.

Waynesboro, VA, Oct. 4-5

P. Buckley Moss held a signing event at her Barn and Museum in Waynesboro, VA. The long weekend kicked off with a visit to the P. Buckley Moss Museum by students from four area elementary schools.

Students from Berkeley Glenn Elementary, Westwood Hills Elementary. Wenonah Elementary, and William Perry Elementary Schools in Waynesboro visited the Museum Friday morning and took a tour. P. Buckley Moss' message to the children was, "Find what you love and do it."

After their tour, the children had a picnic on the Museum grounds.

Chuck & Marie Dowd from Mill Rift, PA with P. Buckley Moss (right) at her Barn signing event. Their oldest son Stephen is the general manager of a new restaurant in the downtown Charlottesville area.

Tim Glover shows P. Buckley Moss his tattoo adapted from the Moss painting of St. Francis.


New York, NY, Oct. 4-5

P. Buckley Moss was invited to speak to 250 students as part of the U.S.S. Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum's prestigious Power of One Program. Ms. Moss was the lead speaker for the Museum's Disabilities Awareness Month and spoke of her struggle with dyslexia and how it enabled her to become a successful artist.

The U.S.S. Intrepid, berthed at Pier 89, New York, NY

Over 250 students assembled for P. Buckley Moss' Power of One speech.

P. Buckley Moss worked with a select group of about sixteen students in a classroom setting, which included an art demonstration.


Bellevue, Nebraska, and Omaha, Nebraska, Oct. 13-15

P. Buckley Moss was invited to visit Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, NE. While in Omaha, Pat unveiled her painting, Generals at General's Row, at a fundraising event to benefit the base's Youth Programs Center.

Generals at General's Row. P. Buckley Moss' painting of the officers' housing at Offutt Air Force Base, Headquarters of the U.S. Strategic Command, Bellevue, NE.

L. to R.: P. Buckley Moss; Brigadier General Don Bacon, Commander of the 55th Wing at Offutt; and Marj Kehler.

L to R.: General Bacon, his wife Angie, and P. Buckley Moss.

Luncheon with the officers' wives and Bellevue's Mayor Rita Sanders at the home of General and Mrs. Bob Kehler.

Rita Sanders is the Mayor of Bellevue, NE.

An exhibition and signing event was held at Ginger's Hang-Up gallery in Omaha, Oct. 14-15. Pictured L. to R.: Sharon Dineen, gallery owner Jeff Bosiljevac, Nancy Neher, Tony Hoagland, P. Buckley Moss, and Robin Johnson.


Waynesville, OH, Oct. 21-22

P. Buckley Moss appeared at Canada Goose Gallery for an exhitition and signing event. The engagement commenced with a fundraising dinner at the home of Alan & Sue Eakle in Xenia, OH, to benefit GreeneBucs and the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education.

Zoe Erickson is sitting on a tryke provided by GreeneBucs, which enables her to get around. Her parents adopted her from China with a special request: they specifically wanted a child with club feet, because the mother had club feet as a child and would understand what it is like. L.R.: Joyce Peet, therapist; P. Buckley Moss; Richard Erickson, father; Kirsten Erickson, mother; Katie Depp, speech therapist; and Zoe on the tryke.

Greenebucs is the Greene County Chapter of National AMBUCS™, Inc., which is a non-profit service organization dedicated to creating mobility and independence for children and adults with disabilities.

During the weekend's activities, Pat Moss led a walk to raise funds for breast cancer research and awareness. Herself a survivor of breast cancer, Ms. Moss has led fundraising walks in cities across the country for decades. Her first walk in Waynesville took place in 1993 to benefit PALS for Life.

130 people took part in this year's "Walk with Moss" in Waynesville, OH to raise funds for breast cancer awareness and research. The walk benefitted the PALS for Life Breast Cancer Support Group and the Dale Bowman Scholarship Fund. Pictured L. to R.: Pam Bowman, co-owner of Hammel House Inn B & B and wife of Dale Bowman; Joan Schurerman; Pat Moss; Laura DeRamus, co-owner of Canada Goose Gallery; Kathy Heims, co-owner of Canada Goose Gallery; Vicki Taylor Roberts; and Erwin Walker, driver of the pink fire truck. The truck belongs to the Stonelick Fire Department, a member of the Southeast Chapter of the Guardians of the Ribbon, a group of firefighters, police officers, and leaders in the community whose purpose is to raise awareness and money for the fight against breast cancer.

Moss Quilt fetches record amount for charity

At the fundraising dinner for GreeneBucs a new record was achieved of $6,000 for a P. Buckley Moss quilt. The quilt consists of 9 squares hand painted by Ms. Moss, arranged and stitched by Marian Gebele of Beavercreek, OH. Proceeds were split between GreeneBucs and the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education.

The Fabric Shack in Waynesville, OH, donated fabric for the centerpiece that was used in the quilt made by Marian Gabele.

Other News of Moss Quilts

At the Canada Goose show, Cindy Knotts of the Trees of Life Chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society shows Pat Moss her quilt-in-progress that she is working on for the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education. It will be taken on the Moss Society Alaska Cruise next summer and auctioned off. Not only is Cindy working on this quilt, but she also recently made another quilt with a Moss centerpiece which the Trees of Life Chapter auctioned to benefit a family in need in their area. That quilt raised $3,500.

This P. Buckley Moss quilt, stitched by Pearl Yoder, will be auctioned at the Village Shoppe gallery in Kalona, IA, October 29. L. to R.: Pearl Yoder, Village Shoppe owner Doris Griener, and Pat Moss.

Barb Greene stitched this quilt which was hand painted by P. Buckley Moss. It will be auctioned on Oct. 29 at Village Shoppe, Kalona, IA, to raise funds for the charitable works of the Moss Country Friends Chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society and for the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education.


Kalona, Iowa, Oct. 28-29

L. to R.: Nancy Brenneman, President of the Moss Country Friends Chapter; Pat Moss, Doris Greiner, owner of the Village Shoppe; and Carol Boyd. Nancy, Doris and Carol work together at the Village Shoppe.

P. Buckley Moss appeared at an exhibition of her work in Kalona, IA, hosted by Doris Greiner, owner of Village Shoppe. The weekend's events included a fundraising dinner and auction organized by the Moss Country Friends Chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society. The auction raised over $8,300. The chapter will use the funds raised to purchase a Gate Trainer for a little Amish girl in the area, assist with medical bills for another young girl in the area, and purchase a CD player and books-on-CD for Mid-Prairie High School. Of the amount raised, $4,650 was achieved through the auction of two quilts made around hand-painted centerpieces by P. Buckley Moss. The quilt auction proceeds will be divided equally between the Chapter for its charities and P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education.

Standing with Pat are Barb and Steve Greene with Barb's quilt. Barb not only designed and stitched this beauty, but her husband Steve got a friend to bid on it for him so he could give it to Barb as a surprise.

Judy and Leland Roe of Ames, IA, were the winning bidders on this treasure designed and hand-stitched by Pearl Yoder.

A raffle raised $1,050 to purchase iPads for Keota (Iowa) Elementary School's Reading and Math programs.