GRAB THE OL' BRUSH AND PAINT ALONG WITH US

This is an unofficial database for 'The Joy of Painting'. You can find a list of paintings Bob Ross has done on the show. There are currently 403 of the 403 episodes added to this website. All linked episodes are available on the official Bob Ross YouTube channel.

If this is your first time painting we suggest you head over to our 'Getting Started' section and discover the joy of painting.

Below you can see a random selection of paintings.
You can also go through the seasons and look for a painting you might like to do, view a list of all paintings Bob Ross made, or look for one using only colors you have available.

Happy painting, and God bless, my friend.

Check out our latest article:

You have painted along with Bob Ross for several episodes now and might even have tried fancy stuff using black gesso or contact paper. Your girlfriend/boyfriend is threatening to kick you out if you ‘put one more stupid mountain painting on the living room wall’. Your big two-inch-brush is losing its last hair and you feel like it is time for you to move on from ‘The Joy of Painting’.

While Bob Ross is a fantastic source of information for first time painters most of us feel like painting something else after a while. Armed with Bob’s basics of mixing colors, creating the illusion of distance, and applying highlights (remember: thin paint sticks to thick paint) there is nothing keeping you from venturing further into the realms of...

Read More...

You can support TwoInchBrush.com by starting a free 30-day trial for Amazon Music unlimited that you can cancel every time!

THE BOB ROSS NAME AND IMAGES ARE TRADEMARKS OF BOB ROSS INC. ALL IMAGES AND LINKED VIDEOS ARE OWNED BY BOB ROSS INC.
TowInchBrush.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
Prices are updated regularly, but not claimed to be correct at all times.
© Felix Auer, 2017