In 1964, The Moss Family moved to Waynesboro, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley. Appreciating the rural scenery, Pat Moss began portraying it in her art. She was particularly drawn to the Amish and Mennonite people whom she observed across the countryside. Selling out a one-person museum exhibition in 1967, she started to market her work more seriously. The subtle stylings and calm nature of her work drew widespread acclaim, and her art garnered the interest of collectors across Europe and Japan.

The P. Buckley Moss Museum opened in Waynesboro in 1989. It has grown to attract roughly 45,000 visitors each year. In 1995, the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education was created to aid children with learning disabilities. In the marketing of her artwork and her museum, Moss is called "The People's Artist."

In 2008, the Library of Virginia honored her as one of the eight Virginia Women in History selected annually.

P. Buckley Moss

These are rare P. Buckley Moss framed prints in stock