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Happy clouds, happy trees

Kristin G. Congdon

Happy clouds, happy trees

the Bob Ross phenomenon

by Kristin G. Congdon

  • 119 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art and society,
  • Art teachers,
  • Psychology,
  • Appreciation,
  • Artists,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKristin G. Congdon, Doug Blandy, and Danny Coeyman
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN89.2.R67 C66 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 188 pages
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27165099M
    ISBN 101617039950
    ISBN 109781617039959
    LC Control Number2013033562
    OCLC/WorldCa858778202

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Happy clouds, happy trees by Kristin G. Congdon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Happy Clouds, Happy Trees provides a window into the life of Bob Ross while at the same time exploring a multitude of artistic ideas, audiences, artists, and the art world, casting light on the life and practice of this unique painter, teacher, and friend to millions. (Paul E. Bolin, professor and assistant chair of art education and visual art /5(28).

Happy Clouds, Happy Trees is as soothing as an episode of The Joy of Painting. At times a biography of Bob Ross and at times an I fell Happy clouds love with Bob Ross at a tender age. I don't remember exactly when I became aware of the painting teacher with the gentle voice and the fuzzy hair, but it seems as if he were a great a part of my childhood as /5(12).

"This book, like Bob Ross himself, is a wonderfully captivating encounter that takes you to unexpected places in both art and life. Happy Clouds, Happy Trees: The Bob Ross Phenomenon reveals information about the internationally famous painter Bob Ross, but goes far beyond being a biographical recounting of this character of contrasts.

Bob Ross /5(24). A new book, “Happy Clouds, Happy Trees” explores the Bob Ross phenomenon. The book by Kristin G. Congdon, Doug Blandy and Danny Coeyman features many portraits of “The Joy of Painting.

InHappy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut. Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the.

In Happy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut. Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the Brand: University Press of Mississippi.

“This book, like Bob Ross himself, is a wonderfully captivating encounter that takes you to unexpected places in both art and life. Happy Clouds, Happy Trees: The Bob Ross Phenomenon reveals information about the internationally famous painter Bob Ross, but goes far beyond being a biographical recounting of this character of contrasts.

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Get this from a library. Happy clouds, happy trees: the Bob Ross phenomenon. [Kristin G Congdon; Douglas Emerson Blandy; Danny Coeyman] -- Uses contemporary art theory to explore the painter, teacher, and television personality who was embraced by many while simultaneously being ignored and reviled by scholarly art educators.

Reviews. Happy Clouds, Happy Trees presents a compelling argument about the significance of Bob Ross culturally and socially, and in the realm of arts education.

The authors' smart engagement with emergent and established theories of aesthetics and art practice relative to art education pedagogy, as well their use of a cultural lens to situate the 'phenomenon' of Bob Ross in the larger.

In Happy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut. Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the.

Happy Clouds, Happy Trees | Readers will know Bob Ross () as the gentle, afro'd painter of happy trees on PBS. And while the Florida-born artist is reviled or ignored by the elite art world and scholarly art educators, he continues to be embraced around the globe as a healer and painter, even decades after his : University Press of Mississippi.

Robert Norman Ross (Octo – July 4, ) was an American painter, art instructor, and television was the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, an instructional television program that aired from to on PBS in the United States, and also aired in Canada, Latin America, and Europe.

Ross went from being a public television personality in the s and s to Rank: Master Sergeant. In Happy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut.

Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the. Readers will know Bob Ross () as the gentle, afro'd painter of happy trees on PBS.

And while the Florida-born artist is reviled or ignored by the elite art world and scholarly art educators, he continues to be embraced around the globe as a healer and painter, even decades after his death.

Book Overview Readers will know Bob Ross () as the gentle, afro'd painter of happy trees on PBS. And while the Florida-born artist is reviled or ignored by the elite art world and scholarly art educators, he continues to be embraced around the globe as a healer and painter, even decades after his death.

In Happy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut.

Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the /5(2).

In Happy Clouds, Happy Trees, the authors thoughtfully explore how the Bob Ross phenomenon grew into a juggernaut. Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the 4/5.

Kristin G. Congdon is the author of Happy Clouds, Happy Trees ( avg rating, 37 ratings, 12 reviews, published ), Uncle Monday and Other Florida T /5.

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Although his sincerity in embracing democracy, gift economies, conservation, and self-help may have left him previously denigrated as a subject of rigorous scholarship, this book uses contemporary art theory to explore the /5(4).