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The largest Bob Ross exhibit on the East Coast is opening in Loudoun County

The exhibit in Purcellville, Virginia will be the first time the iconic artist's paintings will be on public display on the East Coast.

PURCELLVILLE, Va. — Fans of Bob Ross - rejoice!

 The Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center in Purcellville, Virginia will showcase Ross's work in a new 24 painting exhibit, “Happy Accidents: An Exhibit of Original Bob Ross Paintings." 

The show, which opens Sept.10 and runs through Oct.15, is the first time Ross' paintings will be available for public viewing on the East Coast. 

While admission to the exhibit is free, daily tickets are required. More than 50 percent of tickets have already been claimed, but remaining tickets can be reserved on the Franklin Park Arts Center site here.

For more information on Bob Ross Foundation, click here.

Those looking for directions and other attractions in Loudoun County can find more information on the Loudoun County website.

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