The magical paintings of Bob Ross always featured various natural elements in his painting, showering fondness for his garden.
Puffy-haired PBS star was every art lover’s idol and hero, and he still is. To this date, his famous show “The Joy of Painting” gives us a mental-zen-garden-like experience.
Bob Ross always celebrated nature in famous landscape paintings like Tropical Seascape, A Walk In The Woods, etc.
Now, without further ado, let us convert your garden as per the likes of Bob Ross, shall we?
Facts About Happy Little Trees
The colorful paintings of Bob Ross always had a natural element to portray mesmerizing beauty of nature flawlessly.
Some rare paintings of Bob Ross without any of his happy little trees are Night Light and Ocean Sunset.
Besides that, fan-favorite painter with quick hands never failed to enchant us with his 30-minutes landscape paintings featuring happy little trees alongside his Buddha-calm voice.
To add a realistic touch to his almighty mountains, Bob Ross would incorporate different vegetation as per the scenarios of the painting.
His happy little trees often included evergreen conifers like pine, spruce and fir trees and deciduous trees like maples, oaks and birch trees.
Other than that, Bob used willow trees and palm trees to bring different motions, textures and contrasts into his paintings.
Did you know Bob Ross did not paint flowers and Joy Of Painting floral guide is from his close friend and business partner Annette Kowalski?
Create Bob Ross Inspired Colorful Garden
Before Bob Ross became a famous painter and TV personality, he was in the United States Air Force.
Now, besides the almighty mountains, you can actually bring magic to your garden, as in the paintings of Bob Ross.
Begin with surrounding your garden with tall happy little trees native to your locality.
Remember, Bob Ross once said, “There are no mistakes, just happy accidents,” so be brave and experiment with different plants in your garden.
“There’s nothing wrong with having a tree as a friend.”
Go wild and grow colorful, contrasting flowers or trees with various textures in your garden to take inspiration from Bob Ross, albeit in the form of gardening.
All The Best!