15 Celebrities Who Will Surprise You With Their Incredible Artistic Side.
When it comes to celebrities, they're always in the news for one of two reasons. Their movie has either become a major hit at the box office, or they've done something bad that's made headline news. But rarely do we get to hear the upside of their private lives. For example, did you know that some of your favorite celebrities can do a lot more than just act? It turns out that they make really good artists too. So here are some celebrities who can channel their inner Picasso or van Gogh and turn a blank canvas into one heck of a work of art.
Sylvester "Sly" Stallone is best known for his role as "Rocky," but that's not who he is in real life.
Stallone has traded his boxing gloves, or his knife and uzi, which he sported as the mercenary, "Rambo," for a paintbrush. His abstract painting has given us a glimpse into the Italian actor's artistic side.
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You might have expected Anthony Hopkins to have a more cannibalistic hobby, like a butcher.
It turns out that the "Hannibal" and "Silence of the Lamb" actor would rather paint unusual paintings of a creepy looking couple, and a cat that seemingly has a Cheshire cat smile, much like his character, Hannibal Lecter had.
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Bob Dylan has influenced the music industry for over fifty years, but he's also a painter too.
In 2017, he released the album, Triplicate, but we're sure he managed to draw a few paintings in between like this beautiful painting.
Size clearly doesn't matter to James Franco, the actor who starred in the film, "The Disaster Artist."
Despite the actor's recent controversial woes, Franco has a lot of charisma, and has somehow managed to translate that into this drawing of a silly looking plus-sized horse who ate way too much hay.
Have you ever wondered what US Presidents do when they bid farewell to the White House?
Well, if you're George W. Bush, the 43rd US President, you'd probably take a little time to relax and paint some interesting portraits. Who knew that the soft-spoken Texan had so much amazing talent?
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