It's time to make a few happy clouds.

By Stacey Leasca
April 09, 2020
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These are undoubtedly stressful times we’re living in, however, there is one way to find a little solace. And it all comes down to one happy tree here and a happy cloud there.

During quarantine, many of us have taken to spending an exorbitant amount of time online. And that’s okay because museums, parks, and cultural centers have taken to the web to share videos and tours we can all learn something from. And now that also includes every single painting lesson from Bob Ross.

On YouTube, art lovers and Ross fans can stream every single episode of his famed show, "The Joy of Painting". Yes, the streaming includes all 31 epic seasons of the show, meaning you can stream Bob Ross for days, weeks, and months on end.

For anyone wanting to take it to the next level, you could bust out an easel, canvas, paint, and brushes to paint alongside Ross as she shares his techniques in more than 400 episodes. And if you mess up that’s just fine because, "There are no mistakes, only happy accidents.”

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However, if you just want to listen to his soothing voice that’s okay too because Ross has become the poster child for the internet trend known as “gentle whispering,” which apparently helps people find peace.

“There are many ASMR triggers present at his videos,” Discover ASMR explains. “His voice is deep, calm and soft. And his presence commands an authority that makes you feel safe. His way of being is so friendly and familiar that it almost feels like he’s standing in the room with you. This is called personal attention. In addition to it, there are brush and scraping sounds which are a huge ASMR trigger for many. And he is also incredibly focused on the painting, which is another common ASMR trigger.”

Want to see if his painting triggers a few brain tingles for you too? Watch one of his videos below.