Multi-Talented: Pierce Brosnan Posts A Teaser About Upcoming Art Exhibit - Arts & Culture

The actor, film producer, environmentalist, philanthropist, artist, and two-time Golden Globe Award nominee known for his rich and extensive career in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes, is also an artist.

The Irish-American actor teased with an Instagram post saying: “Whispers” … getting ready for my first exhibition in LA, May 13th. © pierce brosnan

As of this writing the post received 32, 054 likes and 681 comments. Artist David Kassan said, “Sweet! Congrats on the exhibition!” Musician Imelda May commented as well with: “Love this!” Another artist, Michael Reeder commented with three “clap” emojis. Meanwhile, Nina Dobrev’s comment said, “So exciting!!!!! Congrats

It certainly looks like the actor has a lot of fans who can’t wait to view his first exhibit next year in LA on May 13. 

Photo via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial

Just two days ago Brosnan posted another artwork entitled “Malibu Head.”

“Malibu Head” 2017 by Pierce Brosnan | Image via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial

A day before that, he also posted another painting with the caption: “Night Marcher Blues…Kauai.” 

Photo via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial

A November 12 post shows Brosnan standing amidst even more paintings with his son Paris and the caption that reads: “A good morning painting with you Paris. Never stop painting.”

Photo via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial

And on November 1, a post shows Brosnan standing in front of a Joan Mitchell artwork, photographed by his wife Keely Shaye Brosnan.

Photo via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial

In his website Brosnan shares that he began painting in 1987 during the time that his first late wife Cassie was battling cancer. He describes this painting by writing: “This is my first painting, painted one dark night up in the Hollywood Hills. My wife Cassie had been fighting ovarian cancer for the past year. It was a painful time. I had bought myself an easel, brushes, and paints many years before which had lain dormant under the staircase. At four in the morning on this dark night, I painted this portrait with my fingers.”

“Dark Night” 1987 acrylic on canvas, 24 x 18 in, 61 x 45.7 cm – Pierce Brosnan’s first painting in 1987 when his late first wife Cassie was fighting ovarian cancer. Image via

More than 40 works of Brosnan’s art are currently showcased in the actor’s website, that spans 30 years beginning in 1987 until 2017.

According to his biography in Pierce Brosnan is a legendary Irish-American actor, film producer, environmentalist, philanthropist, artist and two-time Golden Globe Award nominee known for his rich and extensive career in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes. Brosnan made his feature film debut in The Long Good Friday. His film credits include Bruce Beresford’s Mr. Johnson, The Lawnmower Man, Mrs. Doubtfire, Goldeneye, The Mirror Has Two Faces, Mars Attacks, Dante’s Peak, Tomorrow Never Dies, Sir Richard Attenborough’s Grey Owl, The World Is Not Enough, John Boorman’s The Tailor of Panama, Die Another Day, The Matador for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor Motion Picture – Drama, Seraphim Falls, Married Life, Mamma Mia!, Percy Jackson, The Ghost Writer, Remember Me, Salvation Boulevard, I Don’t Know How She Does It opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Greg Kinnear, The World’s End with Simon Pegg, Love is All You Need, A Long Way Down, Love Punch with Emma Thompson, No Escape with Owen Wilson, I.T., Marc Webb’s The Only Living Boy in New York, the action thriller The Foreigner alongside Jackie Chan for director Martin Campbell, Spinning Man with Guy Pearce, and Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Amanda Seyfried in the Universal film Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, the sequel to the blockbuster film Mamma Mia!

Banner photo via Instagram @piercebrosnanofficial.

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