"I really feel like humans in general are more connected to their creative side and more inclined to follow their artistic intuition when they've partaken of the green goddess."

Riding to dispensaries and cultivation tours on weed-friendly buses, learning how to cook edibles, and playing in dab-and-disc-golf tournaments have all been activities featured in our weekly Cannabis Calendar, but cannabis-friendly paint classes seem to have found the strongest footing since the state legalized the plant in 2012.

Just like a boozy painting session, instructors use cannabis to help lubricate their students' creativity, helping them find their inner Bob Ross by painting portraits, nature and plenty of happy trees.

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Thomas Mitchell ~ Westword.com

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