P. Buckely Moss - Awards & Honors
1976 American Mother Artist of the Year.
1976 1st Place, National Arts & Crafts Exhibit, WN, D.C.
1984 Commendation from the House and the Senate of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
1985 Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts Retrospective Exhibition.
1985 Indianapolis Children's Museum Exhibition.
1986 American Artist of the Year, International Wildlife/Western and American Show, Chicago.
1986 Honorary Doctorate of Fine Art, Centenary College, New Jersey.
1986 Cultural Laureate of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
1987 Mammography Unit at Warren Memorial Hosp. (Virginia) named the P. Buckley Moss Ward.
1987 Appointed Honorary Tar Heel (North Carolina).
1988 Commendation from the Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
1988 Commendation from the House of Representatives of the State of Michigan.
1988 Awarded The Sagamore of the Wabash (Indiana).
1988 Contributor of the Year Award, Straight - Tampa Bay.
1988 Conferred title of Special Honorary Citizen of Takamatsu, Japan.
1989 The Nittany Lion Award, Penn State University.
1989 Appointed Honorary Kentucky Colonel (Kentucky).
1989 Annual Business/Industry Award, Waynesboro/East Augusta Chamber of Commerce.
1989 Sight-Saving Chairman for The VA Affiliate of the National Society to Prevent Blindness.
1989 Autobiography published.
1990 Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Angel Award, Diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida.
1990 Winner, International Plate Award: "Family Reunion," So. Bend, IN, International...Expo.
1990 Marion Ohio: P.B. Moss Day, July 11th.
1990 Tokyo, Japan - Metropolitan Museum One Person Exhibition.
1991 Award - Learning Disabled Children in State of Ohio (LDA).
1991 Citation; White House Points of Light Office.
1991 "Woman of the Year" - Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority.
1992 Citation from 1st Lady Barbara Bush for Moss' charitable contributions towards learning disabled children.
1992 Louisville, Kentucky: P. Buckley Moss Day, March twenty-second.
1992 PBS documentary "Split the Wind" about P. Buckley Moss and her art.
1993 Learning Disabilities Association of America - documentary video, "A Picture of Success".
1993 Paul Harris Award, International Rotary.
1993 Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio.
1994 Designated Easter at the White House Artist.
1995 Second time, Easter at White House Artist; designed program & created theme.
1995 Outstanding Dyslexic Calendar Person (LDA), "JUNE".
1995 Kermezaar Keynote Artist, El Paso, Texas - October Arts Festival Honoree.
1996 Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia.
1996 Distinguished Virginian Award, Virginia Association of Broadcasters.
1997 Living Artist Exhibition, March-September, Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences.
1998 Golden Key Award, Daughters of the American Revolution.
1998 Chosen Artist, 50th Anniversary Celebration, Community Arts Center of Cambria County, PA
1999 Virginia Chamber of Commerce Diamond Award.
2002 International Dyslexia Association Pinnacle Award.
2002 Recognition by the Learning Disabilities Association of Virginia for her tireless efforts to raise awareness of learning disabilities.
2003 December 9th, Senator George Allen read Pat's biography on the Senate Floor, thereby making her history part of the Congressional Record.
2003 Received Woman of Distinction Award from Girl Scouts of Suncoast Council, Tampa, FL.
2003 Received Margaret Sue Copenhaver Contribution to Education Award from Roanoke Collge, Roanoke, VA.
2004 Received Honorary Doctorate for Public Service from Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA.
2007 Guest Artist, Puyallup Fair in Washington State.
2007 August, "Thursday's Child", a play inspired by Pat's life, debuted at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre in Lewisburg, WV.
2008 March 27th, Honored by The Library of Virginia as one of eight honorees selected for its 2008 Virginia Women in History award.
2008 March 27-30th, Guest Artist and Speaker, 21st. Annual Quilters' Heritage Celebration in Lancaster, PA
2008 May, WVPT documentary, "The Lady Behind the Brush" commemorating Pat's 75th birthday.
2008 June, Pat's donated 'painted violin' appeared in the Charlottesville and University Symphony Orchestra Art String auction
2008 November 13, Opening Doors Award from The Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (ACLD) of Greater Pittsburgh for her "tireless work in support of children and adults with specific learning disabilities.".
2008 November, Received Award from the Virginia Council for Exceptional Children for her Commitment to Special Education.
2009 April 17th, Received a Certificate of Recognition proclaiming her an Honorary Iowan by Iowa Governor Chester J. Culver. It was presented to her by Iowa's First Lady Mari Culver.
2009 April 17th, Among the first members to be included in the Cooper Union's Alumni Hall of Fame. Pat also received The Cooper Union's President's Citation in 1999
2013 Received key to the City of Roanoke. Proclamation from Mayor naming May 24-25th, 2013 as P. Buckley Moss Days.

2013 Named a Fellow of Virginia Tech’s outreach programs and the University’s Center for Organizational and Technological Advancement.
2013 Virginia Tech names New Arts Center in honor of Patricia Buckley Moss.
2014Received the inaugural Peter Cooper Public Service Award from Cooper Union's Alumni Association.