The Day Brightener

Because everyone has the right to be truly free and happy

The Day Brightener Gallery

“The secret of life is in art” – Oscar Wilde

Welcome to the Day Brightener Gallery.  My call to you today is to find those paintings that you find truly beautiful. Post them up where you can see them, and let them inspire you to create your own bright day.

Then please, share them with me, and I will add them to the Day Brightener Art Gallery so that others may share in the inspiration.

Waves of Golden Fire – Eyvind Earle

Quiet Solitude – Eyvind Earle

A Beautiful World – Grandma Moses

Pink Lines – Tony Tuckson (early 1970’s)

The Dalai Lama – Photo by Matthieu Ricard

Crossing – Shadows into Light – John Rigby (1978)

Laughter – Jill Martin

Red Hibiscus – Margaret Olley (1978)

Yellow Room with Lupins – Margaret Olley (1994)


“My paintings are all about celebrating life” Margaret Olley

Arteyerre (Mt Riddock)- Billy Benn Perrurle (2007)

“I’m painting the feeling of being really good and happy all the time.”

The Birth of Venus: Botticelli (c.1486)

The Birth of Venus is a wonderful reminder of the wondrous and enduring beauty both around us and within us.

Impression: The Sunrise – Claude Monet (1872)

From the inspired heart and dedicated mind of one person comes a work of art that touches millions, and changes the way we see our world and our own lives.


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6 comments on “The Day Brightener Gallery

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  4. Ali
    June 21, 2013

    Thank you

  5. Gay
    October 3, 2013

    Hi Belinda,
    I’m not sure whether my painting submission classifies as beautiful, but it’s one that brings a smile to my face and generates alot of interest. I bought this painting several years ago and it’s by a Canadian artist, Sharon Recalla, who lives near me. She has a very whimsical sense of humour that tickles my fancy. Her painting is titled “Frida and the Girls” (http://www.sharonrecalla.com/images/FreidaAndTheGirls.JPG). Whenever someone new sees it they always wonder who the women are in the painting. Can you guess?

    • thedaybrightener
      October 5, 2013

      Hi Gay,

      Thanks so much. That painting is fantastic, and your right, what a nice laugh. HOpe to post it asap!
      Take care and keep drawing…..

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