Brad Pitt's Artwork on Display at Finland Gallery

Brad Pitt isn’t just a stud in the film world — the dude’s doing big things in the art space too … putting his latest works on display in a land far, far away.

The actor/producer apparently submitted a number of pieces he created for a gallery exhibition over in Tampere, Finland. The event was held at a well-known museum, and it was dubbed “Thomas Houseago’s WE with Nick Cave & Brad Pitt.”

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It appears Brad had 9 different items to show … ranging from large creations (like the bronze encasing, a la Han Solo’s carbon freeze) to smaller ones — such as the trapped bullets he crystalized in platinum silicon and the modest house miniature he made out of tree bark.

The photos of Brad’s artwork were captured by artist/designer DeBranne Treu, who says her hubby’s pals with Brad. She had nothing but praise for BP, writing … “To say his work is great is an understatement as he is a true artist creating out of extreme passion and drive. The dedication to his craft is humbling and inspiring.”

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There are titles attached to some of Brad’s works of art, and they’re interesting. A lot of the blocks of bullets seem to go by variations of this … “Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound to the House,” plus another that reads, “Aiming At You I Saw Me But It Was Too Late This Time.”

Other titles for his art include “Buried Needs,” “Slave to Our Vices,” “House-A-Go-Go” and “Candle Holders for Loved Ones.” BP himself wasn’t there in person for the showing.

Pretty impressive stuff, nonetheless. 🧐

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