Tag: p. buckley moss
A new public art installation commissioned by the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech will traverse the Moss Arts Center Grand Lobby walls.
Virginia Tech has named its $100 million arts center building in tribute to artist and philanthropist Patricia Buckley Moss, whose recent donation in support of the center is one of the largest gifts the university ever has received.
World renowned artist P. Buckley Moss has painted an exclusive watercolor print to show her support for WVPT and Public Television. For more than three decades, the Waynesboro native has created and donated an exclusive print to WVPT. Each year, prints of the original are made and sold exclusively through WVPT, with all proceeds going […]
Maybe you’ve seen the artwork of P. Buckley Moss – or maybe not. Either way, a visit to the museum that houses her artistry is worth your time. An entire museum devoted to the work of one artist, you ask? Absolutely. Once you’ve visited this replica of a 19th century home that contains her work, […]
Renowned artist P. Buckley Moss of Waynesboro has created a new painting titled “Making a Joyful Noise,” which was released during the Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir Spring concert weekend last April as a fundraiser for the choir. Prints are available from the SVCC office at $80 each, with half the profit going toward the choir’s […]
The states of Virginia and North Carolina share many beautiful things – mountains and forests, farmland and coast, rich heritage and friendly towns. They also share the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway and an appreciation for the many talented artists who live along its route.
Item by Chris Graham email@example.com WVPT is celebrating the 75th birthday of world-renowned artist P. Buckley Moss – and you can join in the good time. “P. Buckley Moss: The Lady Behind the Brush” will premiere at 8 p.m. Thursday night on Moss’ birthday. Moss and members of her family will chat live on-air between […]