Press Release

Enjoy Today's Art and Start a Happy Habit at Barebrush

Keywords:  art, home, lifestyle

Is this the year to break out of your bad habits and start good ones? Most people say that bad habits are hard to break and really good, healthy habits are hard to start. Have your New Year's Resolutions died already? Is there a better way?

Yes! You can start smiling more often, walking taller, and feeling in charge, when you choose the good habits and lose the bad. Research says that it takes only 21 days to form an easy good habit. Bookmark the Art-of-the-Day , and make the easy resolution to enjoy one beautiful artwork each day.

Follow three simple steps to find yourself smiling at art and at the world: First, click to see the Art-of-the-Day. Second, click on the art image to see more information about the art and artist. Third, repeat steps 1 and 2 daily for 21 days. After 21 days, pick a bad habit to lose and a new good habit to add to your life. You can start your journey to happier habits with one click. If you become stuck, you might need a coach, but you’ll be going in the right direction.

Did you look? Tomorrow's art will be different, for sure. Bookmark the Simple Home Page ( today to find the art tomorrow. Better yet, make enjoying contemporary art a habit by adding to your browser startup pages.

The Barebrush Art of the Day calendar

This month, Barebrush features 29 conteporary artworks in oils, watercolor and photos. February launches with Francesca by New York artist, Marie-Paule Martin. On the Art-of-the-Day calendar page, you can see the current calendar art revealed over time. The January 2020 calendar is now completely visible on the Barebrush website. When you have time, be sure to look at the completed January calendar.

The past is history, and the future is open to the decisions we make and the habits we cultivate.

"Happiness is a habit—cultivate it." -- Elbert Hubbard


Barebrush showcases contemporary art. The monthly art calendars began September 2006. Thousands of artworks are available for your viewing pleasure. Over 1,000 artworks are priced to buy now. Art lovers may contact the artist directly or Barebrush can also act as agent between buyer and seller.

The goal of Barebrush is to delight art lovers in the variety, expertise and emotional impact of affordable art of all genres and media created by dedicated, contemporary art professionals. Online since 2006. All calendars are still accessible in the Barebrush Calendar Archives.

About Ilene Skeen

Ilene Skeen, MBA, is the founder of Barebrush and a member of the Salmagundi Club of New York City since 1999. She is also an artist, author, speaker and certified coach.

Contact information:
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Bradenton, FL 34210

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Art of the Day

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Bridget_L_5-12-15--05AD by Dan McCormack
Dan McCormack

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