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  • Bob Ross

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    From the mouth of Bob Ross, "Look around. Look at what we have. Beauty is everywhere—you only have to look to see it". He says this because some people don't see the beauty in life and are invested in little things and not a spectrum of something. Nature is beautiful and we can't let that go. Whether it be our friends, family, pets, trees, flowers, and much more, we need to appreciate what we have. These paragraphs will show some things that take away beauty of life and some things that give us a

  • Descriptive Essay On Bob Ross

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    “The secret to doing anything is believing that you can do it. Anything that you believe you can do strong enough, you can do. Anything. As long as you believe.” This is one of the many inspirational things I have heard Bob Ross say on his show, “The Joy Of Painting.” Bob Ross is one of the most beloved American painters and is known by thousands of people across the world. His show was all about teaching his viewers how to paint and enjoy themselves while doing it. However, many of us tuned into

  • The Bob Ross Painting Method

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    Bob Ross and his happy little friends have introduced millions of PBS viewers to the world of art. Bob may be gone but his gentle legacy of painting technique continues to charm and instruct. Not only are there books and DVDs available, but a full line of Bob Ross painting supplies are sold on-line and in select venues. There are also over 3000 certified Bob Ross instructors nationwide and internationally. How Does He Do That? The Bob Ross painting method is the wet-in-wet technique. Artists

  • Short Biography: Bob Ross

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    A. “We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents.” said the incredible painter Bob Ross. B. An incredible painter during the 90’s. Had a positive influence on painting. Taught a multitude of people how to paint. C. Changed oil painting forever. Had positive outlook on everything and influenced many artists. II. Biographical Sketch A. born in Daytona Beach, FL, raised in Orlando, FL. Dropped out of school in 9th grade to work with his father as a carpenter. Lost finger

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    It was to late before I heard the sirens. I heard cars pull into the drive way into our new tent. I took a quick peek out the window. The immigration police were here! I ushered my family out the back door but it was to late. I showed them my ID and he moved to Rorra, whom didn 't have one. He directed her to the car but Mama stepped in front of him holden hew brass pan. "Move aside woman". the officer said gruffly. "No! You can 't take our children! Quick run to Chihiro"! She was a fellow farmer

  • How Did Bob Ross Make Art

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    Bob Ross was a landscape artist who taught his technique on his show, The Joy of Painting. Ross was a very peaceful and benign person, and he believed that everyone could make a good work of art. He wanted to teach people to enjoy painting. Unfortunately, Ross was diagnosed with lymphoma and died at 52 years old on July 4, 1995. Ross was a hero because he inspired others and taught them to have fun while making art. In The Joy of Painting, Bob Ross painted landscapes, describing how to paint them

  • How Did Bob Ross Contribute To Art

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    Bob Ross was a professional painter that had a show called, “The Joy of Painting”. That helped many people get into painting and enjoy it as much as he did. Just kidding no one loved painting more than him. He also was the head of his own paint supplies company. But he also had a very troubled child hood. Bob Ross helped create and innovate many many things. He helped innovate the art genera of landscapes. By helping introduce the wet on wet painting technique (information learned from

  • Article Summaries : ' Omg Teens And Their Phones ' By Bob Ross

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    Giuliana Enea Dr. Lynn Psyc 200 July 15, 2015 Article Summaries In the article, “OMG Teens and Their Phones” by Bob Ross, he discusses a survey that shows on average everyday teens send about one text message every five minutes. Throughout this article Ross discusses the question of whether the use of technology is being abused by kids today and the answer is yes, but only if the parents let it happen. Parents cannot be ignorant about what their child is using technology for, they need to

  • Pleasantville Analysis of Film Techniques against the Theme of "Change"

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    the film. (excl. concl. stages)In Pleasantville, the filmmaker, Gary Ross, conveys his attitude towards change through the characters of David and Jennifer who are transported into the 1950s sitcom "Pleasantville". He doesn't necessarily demonstrate change to bear a positive result; rather, he addresses that change is essential to the development of society and self and that it is important to understand and accept change. Ross contrasts the ignorance and mindlessness of the unchanged people of Pleasantville

  • Pleasantville setting essay

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    Pleasantville written, directed and produced by Gary Ross shows a time period in American History where life was more comfortable, stable and ‘perfect’ if you would generalise it. However, as the film ironically shows, this was a time when people were more ignorant, racist and most certainly sexist. Ross demolishes this illusion of the great 1950s American society by showing how its defects are gradually changed from black and white to colour. Ross uses various settings to help show the viewer the imperfect