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Here are just a few of the many “cool” Bob Ross items you won’t find anywhere else!

From Might Mojo Toys

Celebrate your love for Bob Ross with this timeless and uniquely designed exclusive Bob Ross watch. Features include a printed dial and band with authentic Bob Ross artwork, and Bob Ross paint brush customized watch hands. This watch makes a great gift for any Bob Ross fan from kids to adult, or any occasion including Birthdays and Christmas. Or for the Bob Ross fan in you! Watch comes in an exclusively designed box, complete with one of Bob’s cool quotes!

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From Might Mojo Toys Celebrate your love for Bob Ross with this timeless and uniquely designed exclusive Bob Ross watch.
From Might Mojo Toys Celebrate your love for Bob Ross with this timeless and uniquely designed exclusive Bob Ross watch.

Explore the life, philosophy, and art of the iconic American painter inside the historic home where The Joy of Painting was filmed.

Bob Ross inspired generations of viewers with his soft-spoken voice and a pallet knife. With its global reach, it’s hard to imagine that much of the beloved series, The Joy of Painting, was filmed in an unassuming television studio in Muncie, Indiana. From 1983 to 1988 Bob painted for the iconic series at WIPB-TV in the historic Lucius L. Ball home – now part of Minnetrista’s museum campus. Bob’s message of fearless creativity and his ability to reinterpret perceived mistakes as “happy little accidents” is something we want to see amplified in our world today.

Tickets on sale now:
https://www.minnetrista.net/bobrossexperience

Explore the life, philosophy, and art of the iconic American painter inside the historic home where The Joy of Painting
Explore the life, philosophy, and art of the iconic American painter inside the historic home where The Joy of Painting

From Re-marks, Inc.

The Bob Ross Page Clip is a cool, fun way to mark your place in your favorite book - plus, "Happy Painting" your bonus bookmarks. All items Made in the USA.

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From Re-marks, Inc. The Bob Ross Page Clip is a cool, fun way to mark your place in your favorite
From Re-marks, Inc. The Bob Ross Page Clip is a cool, fun way to mark your place in your favorite

September 21, 2020

The New York Times video "Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We found them." has won the Emmy award for  "Outstanding New Approaches: Arts, Lifestyle and Culture.

Produced in early in 2019 and released on the New York Times website, the 10 minute documentary chronicles one man's search for the original Bob Ross paintings.

Bob painted over 1,000 landscapes for the television show "The Joy of Painting" and the whereabouts of those paintings has since become somewhat of an internet mystery.

Join over 10 million viewers and discover what really did happen to all of those paintings.

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September 21, 2020 The New York Times video "Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We found them." has won
September 21, 2020 The New York Times video "Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We found them." has won

From MyModernMet.com

Monopoly is notorious for causing family tiffs, but not every version of the classic board game has to be so intense. If you’re more into “happy little trees” than you are collecting real estate, perhaps you'll enjoy the Bob Ross edition of the game. Hasbro Pulse recently released this creative iteration of Monopoly centered around the American painter, art instructor, and television host. The challenge? To buy, sell, and trade works of art from Ross’s iconic TV series, The Joy of Painting.

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From MyModernMet.com Monopoly is notorious for causing family tiffs, but not every version of the classic board game has to
From MyModernMet.com Monopoly is notorious for causing family tiffs, but not every version of the classic board game has to

From The Atlantic

“Every day’s a good day when you paint.”  —Bob Ross (1942–1995)

Staring at the empty canvas on the easel in front of me, I couldn’t understand how this—nothing—might somehow transform into even a rough approximation of the Bob Ross painting we were using as a model. That painting was classic Bob Ross: a snowy landscape bursting with color, a world of glimmering trees and vibrant shrubs around a slick icy pond. Gazing at it evoked that feeling you get sitting by a fire on a crisp, cold night. No way I could make anything like that.

I was in a room on the side of a big-box craft store in the suburbs north of Dallas, about to start a class taught by John Fowler, a Bob Ross–certified instructor—which means that he spent three weeks in Florida learning the wet-on-wet painting technique Ross employed on television. A tall, bespectacled man in his 60s, with a light beard and a deep voice and soothing cadence reminiscent of Ross himself, John explained that he has a few things in common with the puffy-haired painter. They both spent many years in the Air Force, for example, and both retired with the rank of master sergeant. I’d learn he also uses some Bob Ross vernacular, sprinkling instructions with expressions like “We don’t make mistakes, we just have happy accidents.”

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From The Atlantic “Every day’s a good day when you paint.”  —Bob Ross (1942–1995) Staring at the empty canvas on the
From The Atlantic “Every day’s a good day when you paint.”  —Bob Ross (1942–1995) Staring at the empty canvas on the

From Delish

Who wouldn't want to cook guided by the motto "if what you're doing doesn't make you happy, you're doing the wrong thing?" Each and every one of these comfort food recipes (which are interspersed with Bob Ross paintings, of course!) will bring you the happiness he spoke of.

 Who wouldn't want to cook guided by the motto "if what you're doing doesn't make you happy, you're doing the wrong thing?" Each and every one of these comfort food recipes (which are interspersed with Bob Ross paintings, of course!) will bring you the happiness he spoke of.

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From Delish Who wouldn't want to cook guided by the motto "if what you're doing doesn't make you happy, you're
From Delish Who wouldn't want to cook guided by the motto "if what you're doing doesn't make you happy, you're

From worldscreen.com

Tubi will bring 30 seasons of the cult phenomenon The Joy of Painting, featuring Bob Ross, to its library on the Docurama Channel from Cinedigm.

Ross launched The Joy of Painting on U.S. public television in 1983 along with his partners Annette and Walt Kowalski. Nearly 400 episodes will stream on Tubi by the end of July, to watch for free.

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From worldscreen.com Tubi will bring 30 seasons of the cult phenomenon The Joy of Painting, featuring Bob Ross, to its library
From worldscreen.com Tubi will bring 30 seasons of the cult phenomenon The Joy of Painting, featuring Bob Ross, to its library

From: News-JournalOnline.com

Classes have restarted at the Bob Ross Art Workshop and Gallery in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. After the cancellation of several classes and the temporary closure of the business itself due to coronavirus concerns, the Bob Ross Art Workshop and Gallery has reopened for business, including classes in the Bob Ross wet-on-wet technique taught by Certified Ross Instructors, Nic and Ada Hankins. Enjoy a look into a recent class.

The Bob Ross Art Workshop and Gallery founded by Daytona Beach native Bob Ross, known for his TV show “The Joy of Painting,” hosts classes to paint Bob-style in New Smyrna Beach.

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From: News-JournalOnline.com Classes have restarted at the Bob Ross Art Workshop and Gallery in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. After the
From: News-JournalOnline.com Classes have restarted at the Bob Ross Art Workshop and Gallery in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. After the

From: Forbes.com

“Happy trees” and quick painting techniques will get a dedicated new online home under a deal featuring programs by and about the late Bob Ross, the soft-spoken former Air Force master sergeant turned celebrity painting instructor and online favorite.

The deal between Cinedigm and Bob Ross Inc. – the company formed decades ago by Ross, his then-wife Jane, and Annette and Walt Kowalski early in his public painting career – will create a dedicated Bob Ross Channel featuring about 380 episodes from his PBS show The Joy of Painting. Cinedigm also will create spots for the channel in support of public television, and others spotlighting Bob Ross licensed products and certified instructors.

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From: Forbes.com “Happy trees” and quick painting techniques will get a dedicated new online home under a deal featuring programs
From: Forbes.com “Happy trees” and quick painting techniques will get a dedicated new online home under a deal featuring programs