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Bob Ross Quotes (Author of Happy Little Accidents)
50 Bob Ross Quotes on Art and Life
Robert Norman Ross was an American painter, art teacher, and television personality. It was during this tenure that he discovered his love for painting. As an art instructor, Ross taught techniques for landscape oil painting to millions of people. And although he taught painting, all his art lessons also turned out to be life lessons. Known for his off-the-cuff insights and adages, he inspired people to own their mistakes , to be more patient and to appreciate the little joys of life. Ross died at the age of 52 on July 4,
Bob Ross was a painter and artist and the television host of The Joy of Painting, which, during its run between and , managed to win three Emmy Awards. In each episode of the show, Ross taught techniques for landscape oil painting, becoming a painting teacher for the masses. At the age of 18, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and eventually became master sergeant. He had to be tough in order to maintain his authority. But it was during his tenure that he developed a taste for painting and made a promise to himself that if he ever left the military, he would never raise his voice to anyone again. Bob Ross kept his promise, followed his passion and became the wonderful teacher that made each episode seem like a one-on-one painting lesson. Here are 14 Bob Ross quotes that will make you smile today.
That'll be our little secret. In painting, you have unlimited power. You have the ability to move mountains. You can bend rivers. But when I get home, the only thing I have power over, is the garbage. Remember our Golden Rule: A thin paint sticks to a thick paint. And that makes it look like birch trees, isn't that sneaky?
Oct 29, Here are 50 quotes from his show that will make today feel like you're soaring above a billion little clouds and all your happy little tree friends.
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Ever make mistakes in life? Let's make them birds. Yeah, they're birds now. It's the imperfections that make something beautiful, that's what makes it different and unique from everything else. Put light against light - you have nothing. Put dark against dark - you have nothing.