Favorite artist from history and modern era

Good morning it’s 5:20 am here and I am up writing because I was busy setting up my new computer yesterday. I want to talk about favorite artist from history and modern era.

I think we will start with the artist from history. My two favorite artists from history are Bob Ross and Van Gough. I will say I consider Bob Ross an artist from history because he died two years before I was born. I grew up seeing the joy of painting reruns on pbs as a kid. In art class my teacher had stary night in the classroom it is one of my favorite famous paintings.

Bob Ross is a reason I got into art as an adult because his calming voice sooth me in times of stress which is when I make art and paint mostly. I recently watch the Bob Ross documentary on Netflix. Here is the link to watch it yourself if you're into that type of thing: https://www.netflix.com/watch/81155081?trackId=254814401&tctx=10%2C3%2C29dd2f9c-a4b4-419d-9f7b-41fa222fdf68-31317784%2C%2C%2C

I was so shocked to learn his story and know that this had happened to him. I also watch his YouTube channel because I love to re-watch the joy of painting. You can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/c/BobRossIncVideos. I recently read a magazine of Bob Ross. Here a link for amazon where you can buy the magazine: https://www.amazon.com/Bob-Ross-Editors-Meredith/dp/1547854057.

Van Gough and that amazing stary night painting. One of my favorite modern era artist Choleroseart painted the stary night as a mural on her wall. You can show her some love and watch the video here: https://youtu.be/MBTy7Nm_mBw

Now let's talk about my favorite two artist from modern era. They are Drawwiffwaffles and Jelarts. I have followed both of these artists for some time now and I enjoy making art while watching their videos. Here are there YouTube channels.






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