Pierce Brosnan celebrating the recent opening His first gallery showcases some of his art that he created over the years,
The emotional burden of the past few days came to a head The 69-year-old actor shared a new video, a short film made by none other than Their son Dylan, 26.
The film looked into the actor’s career in art, while also reflecting on his early life Which inspired him to start his love for painting.
The actor spoke of his upbringing in Southern Ireland, calling himself “lonely, to some extent, I was an only child. But I grew up in my imagination.”
It provided a view inside his studio as he worked on his canvasIllustrating his self-taught art skills with several childhood photographs.
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He describes the process of leaving school at the age of 16 with his drawings and his struggle to get his first job, which he eventually did as an apprentice.
His wife, Kelly Shaye Brosnan, 58, also contributed to his love of the medium. Pierce discussed how she would leave the notepad by the phone as she spoke.,
“Many dreams come true!” he captioned the clip With the name of his exhibition. “Please enjoy this short film directed by Thom Zimney and produced by Dylan Brosnan.”
While Dylan is a musician and model, his second son with Kelly, 22, Paris, is more aligned with his father’s footsteps, with a similar love for filmmaking and the arts.
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In fact, he was able to display some of the art he created at a gallery in Los Angeles earlier in the month with his parents, just before his father’s gallery opened.
Soon after, Paris graduated from Loyola Marymount University’s film school with her family by her side, with both of her proud parents sharing supportive messages.
“Dear Paris, Hearty congratulations on your graduation from the Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television,” Pierce wrote.
“Go out into the world with a brave heart and create stories that make the world a better place,” he concluded, receiving a series of congratulatory messages from Amanda Seyfried, Jane Seymour and scores of fans.
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Keeley shared: “We are so proud of you and the incredible passion and talent you have. Go ahead and do good work. A man becomes what he dreams to be… dream good dreams. Love, mom and father.”
In the short film, Pierce also recounts how his late first wife, Cassandra Harris, returned to painting after giving it up for acting.
Speaking with GQ in September, league of extraordinary gentlemen The star added: “It encapsulates the kind of solitary life that you go through as an actor making movies – sitting in trailers, sitting in parking lots, sitting in fields. On top of a mountain, on top of a mountain.” Downstairs. Waiting in the wings. That’s why I make studios wherever I go.”
She poignantly revealed that some of the paintings on display in her exhibition date back to 1987, when Cassandra was battling ovarian cancer, she died in 1991 at the age of 43.
“Carrying the weight and the pain and the fear of that disease, I took out the paints. And started painting. With my fingers. With my hands, really,” he said.
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