Hollywood star art gallery in Hagen
Sylvester Stallone’s second great passion can also be found on canvas: painting. You can marvel at his art at Hagen.
On the big screen actor Sylvester Stallone (75) He is chiefly known as the rough man. Whether you’re a Rambo veteran, boxer Rocky Balboa, or suicidal leader Barney Ross in the “The Expendables” series. What many action movie fans don’t know: “Foxy” has also been a passionate illustrator for decades. His second art on canvas can now be admired in Germany.
Stallone found himself on Friday morning (December 3) at the Osthouse Museum in Hagen North Rhine-Westphalia opens his art exhibition “Retrospective of the 75th Anniversary” to selected representatives of the press. The star turned 75 in July this year. The exhibition will be open to all from December 4th.
He likes to give art a lone fighter
Stallone revealed what he always fascinated with drawing In a conversation with Spiegel. Unlike the film industry, which sometimes takes two years and 500 people to work in [braucht]Who should rely on their vision, “Painting still requires solo fighters -” You [ist] on your own.”
While he finds his calm in drawing, where ‘it can be a bit messy’, ‘writing, which also includes composing music’ is for him ‘a real horrible curse. It drives you crazy, it never leaves you. I feel good, you have a headache,’ You don’t want to talk to your family.” Perhaps fans should do without Stallone’s symphony.