Popular P. Buckley Moss limited-edition prints include "In My Garden," "Morning at the Mill" and "The Railroad Station." Other common P. Buckley Moss limited-edition works are "Make Me an Offer" and "Under the Mistletoe."
P. Buckley Moss works are known for portraying calming rural imagery of Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley as well as the Amish and Mennonite people who live there.
The P. Buckley Moss limited-edition print "In My Garden" features a girl looking over a garden fence at a collection of flowers on the other side. The print has an earthen color scheme with mostly greens and browns.
The P. Buckley Moss print "Morning at the Mill" shows a mill overlooking a body of water with a swan at the front and center. The barren trees and white surroundings in the print suggest a winter setting.
The print "The Railroad Station" shows a historic district of the Virginia Staunton area known as "The Wharf." The scene is drawn using linear perspective and features an old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage with a Mennonite couple sitting inside waiting to board the train.
Moss's "Make Me an Offer" features two Amish or Mennonite women standing on a fence and discussing prices of cloth. One of them holds a sign that reads "sale," and they are surrounded by baskets, cats and quilts.