P. Buckley Moss Gallery Blacksburg

The P. Buckley Moss Gallery is located in downtown Blacksburg, Virginia, at 223 Gilbert Street in the North End Center. The gallery is a five-minute walk from the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, which, as well as being named for the artist, is a reflection of Pat's own philosophy of integrating the arts into the educational process. The P Buckley Moss Gallery maintains the most extensive collection of Pat's artwork, as well as the complete selection of her available ornaments and other collectibles. Pat has a home nearby, in the New River Valley, and visits the gallery regularly.

Much of Pat’s inspiration and imagery stems from Virginia's valley scenery and its people.  She considers the landscapes, lifestyles, cultures and traditions of the area to hold an important message for modern society. By exhibiting the work of P. Buckley Moss, contemplating its symbolism and sources, the talent of this artist can be put in greater perspective, allowing the public to share more fully in her exhilarating vision.


Spring at the Smithfield Plantation

Historic and scenic sites are within convenient driving distance from the gallery including: Alexander Black House & Cultural Center, Historic Smithfield Plantation, Mount Pleasant Church, Merrimac Coal Heritage Park, Montgomery Museum, Radford's Historic Main Street, Virginia Tech, the Moss Arts Center, and so much more.

The Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. Take I-81, Exit 118B onto US 460 West at 223 Gilbert Street and we are located within Blacksburg’s North End Center and adjacent to Virginia Tech's new Moss Arts Center.  Local accommodations and eating establishments are numerous in Blacksburg and the surrounding area. Please ask us for suggestions.

For questions or further information please contact P. Buckley Moss Gallery of Blacksburg at (540) 552-6446.