Summer's Last Stand: August 2019 Barebrush Art of the Day Calendar
Keywords: art calendars, contemporary art online, art market
By: ILS Designs
Barebrush presents evocative contemporary art on the world's most innovative website. At Barebrush.com, the purpose of daily art is to whet your enjoyment of life day by day.
The August Art of the Day calendar
The Barebrush August calendar begins with a mysterious nude, In the Darkness by Peter Wong King. Mr. King is a photographer and sculptor working in Chochiti Lake, NM. He writes:
"Less is more, as I take away all trace of background and let B&W emphasize beautiful form."
The Barebrush August calendar features 31 artworks in a summer-is-ending mood: nudes, portraits, people doing people things, and more. Of particular interest is the delightful Girl in India by Robert Markey (Aug. 2), and the striking Nude in Lake Michigan by Peter Le Grand (Aug. 20). Ending the month on a wonky note is Ilene Skeen's watercolor sketch, La Photo de Celia, which painted from the live model, is not a photo.
Any day of the month you click on the calendar link at the end of this sentence, you will realize that all will be revealed in time....
July 2019 is now completely visible on the Barebrush website. Like real life, the August calendar reveals itself day by day.
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, BS Ed, MA, 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, retired systems designer and anthropologist.