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Moss Mailing Labels:  

We have many Moss images available on mailing labels.


 2008 Spring Lamb    2009 Our Time with Children    2010 Scarlet Splendor


 2011 Summer Reflection    2012 Flower Garden     2013 Autumn in Valley


                   2014 A Place of Beauty                       2015 Tree of Learning

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You can help enrich the lives and education of students with disabilities. Through your personal or corporate tax deductible contribution, you can support the P. Buckley Moss Foundation's goal to make art a fundamental activity in teaching students with disabilities. Share in the mission that Pat Moss has developed through her own experiences growing up with a learning disability in an education system that minimized the importance of art and disabilities.

Commemorative Brick Walkway

The walkway was dedicated July 16, 1999 not only as a beautiful addition to the grounds at the P. Buckley Moss Museum, but as a unique way for people to honor someone that has touched their lives.  Profits from the sale of these commemorative bricks go to the P. Buckley Moss Endowed Scholarship

To order a brick you can print out an order form and mail your payment to the P. Buckley Moss Society.

Your contributions will help the Foundation develop programs and publications to do the following:

  • Encourage teachers to make art an integral part of the curriculum and instruction for students with disabilities.
  • Promote the effective use of art instruction to enhance self-esteem and the quality of life for children with disabilities.
  • Expand the abilities of teachers to "teach and reach" students with disabilities using the arts as an instructional platform.