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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I purchase a print?
Where do I send a check for purchase?
How can I find an authorized Moss dealer?
How do I find the value of a rare print?
How do I get to meet Pat?
What is a Barn Show?
Where is the Barn located?
What's the difference between a print, etching, silkscreen and giclée?
How can I find a "sold out" print?
How do I sell my print(s)?
What's an artist's proof?

What does IS and PS mean?

 

How do I purchase a print?
P. Buckley Moss prints may be purchased by visiting an authorized Moss dealer, from P. Buckley Moss Galleries at 800-430-1320 or online.

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Where do I send a check for purchase?
The mailing address is: P. Buckley Moss Galleries, 74 Poplar Grove Lane, Mathews, VA 23109.

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How can I find an authorized Moss dealer?
A listing of dealers by state is available on this site.

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How do I find the value of a rare print?
Current values of rare prints may be found in the Rare Value Guide.

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How do I get to meet Pat?
Pat makes signing appearances four times a year at her Barn Shows and at many other gallery shows throughout the year. Find her full show schedule here.

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What is a Barn Show?
Pat hosts a Barn Show four weekends a year at her home, a remodeled apple barn, in Waynesboro, Virginia. Pat meets with her collectors and will personalize prints from 11:00-5:00 on Friday and Saturday at the Barn and 12:00-4:00 on Sunday at the Waynesboro Gallery. You are invited to bring two previously purchased Moss prints or paintings to the Barn or gallery for personalization.

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Where is the Barn located?
Pat's converted apple barn studio is located 18 Providence Lane at the corner of Heritage Drive and Providence Lane in Waynesboro, VA. For directions, please contact the Waynesboro Gallery at 540-949-6473.

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What's the difference between a print, etching, silkscreen and giclée?
Articles on each of these medians can be found on the Moss Collectors page.

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How can I find a "sold out" print?
Rare prints are available from secondary market dealers, online auctions, and sometimes as an artist's proof from a dealer or Moss Galleries. Call 800-430-1320.

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How can I sell my print(s)?
We have created this document to assist you in selling your print.

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What's an artist's proof?
For the discriminating collector, there is the Artist Proof. The Artist Proof is an accompanying edition for the limited edition print run. Historically, the artist proof had a different meaning than it does today. Today, the Artist Proof is a small print edition with the size being determined by the artist and print maker. Many artists print 10-15% of the original edition, but at P. Buckley Moss, we print a quantity of 25 prints to be designated for use as Artist Proofs. The number sequence differs from the limited edition, as the number is preceded by the letter "AP". The artist is the owner of the Artist Proof edition. Because it is unique, the Artist Proof edition is sold at a slight premium. What makes the Artist Proof prints so valuable is the restricted quantity available.

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What does IS and PS mean?
IS is the image size of a print, while PS describes the paper size, which includes the white margin around the image.

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