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Mar 15th

Original Watercolors by P Buckley Moss

The horse is a symbolic image that has been incorporated in the works of many artists throughout the history of art. Contemporary artists like P. Buckley Moss are no exception. Moss has long included the image of the horse as part of her visual repertoire and iconography. In art the horse represents nobility, grace and… Read More

Feb 23rd

P Buckley Moss Blog – Les Chevaux by P Buckley Moss

Les Chevaux is a rare/sold out print that was issued in 1984 depicting five horses in a typical Moss landscape. Translated from the French, Les Chevaux, literally means “The Horses.”  Horses have been the partners of mankind since the earliest of times, even before spoken language as evidenced by the paintings in caves at Chauvet… Read More

P Buckley Moss Blog – Gentle Soul

  Gentle Soul is a portrait of one of Pat’s golden-hued horses looking quite quizzically at the observer, becoming the human presence in the image. The horse in Pat’s art is an important and easily recognizable form of iconography. Iconography is generally defined as the “subject” of the work of art. In the history of… Read More

Jun 29th

P Buckley Moss Blog – Out of the Ashes Young Neighbors Rise

  Sue struggled awkwardly to balance herself on the bed as she wrestled with the large framed print by famed artist P. Buckley Moss. Young Neighbors had been in the family for so many years it almost seemed as if it had always been hanging in their home.  Sue remembered when they brought the print… Read More

Oct 13th

P Buckley Moss Blog – What you may have forgotten about P. Buckley Moss cats

What You Have Forgotten about P. Buckley Moss II – The Joy of Moss Cats You see them behind wicker baskets or around the hem of a skirt or a pant leg. They climb around on a Patriotic Pumpkin Stack or sit inside the classroom with children in Golden Rule Days.  They get in trouble… Read More

Oct 1st

P Buckley Moss Blog – Painter of Trees Blog (Part I-continued)

Peace with a painting...Within My Soul by P. Buckley Moss

P Buckley Moss – Painter of Trees (Part I)

P. Buckley Moss paints trees which make me think of the words of a song
Aug 28th

Gourds by Gertskid (Part II) – Finding the Character Within

Painted Gourds

Mary Cinnamon – Gourd Artist Extraordinaire! Gourds by Gertskid Part II  –  Finding the Character Within (see part I in previous blog)   Mary’s gourds are named for her mother, Gertrude Louise, and Mary is “Gert’s kid.”  Her mother always went by Gert, and was completely supportive of all of Mary’s artistic endeavors.  Loving alliteration,… Read More

Aug 26th

History of Ironstone China – Lilly’s Corner Mall

Ironstone China was first made in 1813. It gained its greatest popularity during the mid-nineteenth century. The heavy, durable, off-white pottery was made in white or was decorated with any of hundreds of patterns. Much flow blue pottery was made of ironstone. Miles Mason, the first maker of ironstone china, decorated it to resemble porcelain… Read More

Aug 11th

Gourds by Gertskid (Part I) – Meet the Artist

Available at Canada Goose Gallery in Waynesville, Ohio

Mary Cinnamon – Gourd Artist Extraordinaire!                      Gourds by Gertskid   In 2001, Mary Cinnamon had never seen a gourd until she and her husband, Jim Cinnamon went to an art festival in Coryden, Indiana.  The couple walked past a big wagon full of gourds and Mary asked Jim, “What are those?” “Gourds,” he… Read More

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