Throughout her adult life, Sharon Stone has acted in movies like Basic Instinct and Casino and shows like Ratched and The Flight Attendant.
But now, the 64-year-old artist has devoted much of her time to another craft: painting.
She had a passion for painting many years ago, but now the blonde bombshell has shown off her studio, which is a large room inside her Beverly Hills mansion.
New calling: Sharon Stone has been acting throughout her adult life in movies like Basic Instinct, Casino, and shows like Ratched and The Flight Attendant. But now, the 64-year-old artist has devoted much of her time to another craft: painting
Still 10: A Stone in Future Crimes screening during the 75th Annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals in May 2022 in Cannes
On Monday, the former Playboy cover girl shared photos on Instagram of herself working on a large canvas using bright colours.
“Welcome to my studio,” wrote the mother-of-three in her caption, wearing a white T-shirt, shorts and black stockings while painting.
The room was large with high ceilings. There was a table behind her with several bottles of paint as well as napkins and brushes.
Shortly after she shared a slideshow of photos, some of the photos show her work. One plate was called Blue. “LOVEEEEEEE,” she indicated in her caption.
Her Creative Room: She fell in love with painting many years ago, but now the blonde bombshell has shown off her studio, which is a large room inside her mansion in Beverly Hills
In action: On Monday, the former Playboy cover girl shared photos on Instagram where she’s been working on a large canvas using bright colours. “Welcome to my studio,” wrote the mother-of-three in her caption as she wore a white T-shirt, shorts, and black stockings while painting.
She has been documenting her drawing skills all year long.
In March 2021, the movie star showed her progress on a watercolor she was working on after letting her Instagram followers know.
She said she was trying the hobby on a larger scale.
And a day later, Stone showed off her amazing artwork — and revealed that she painted the gorgeous piece with makeup brushes.
The legendary actress dubbed the piece “Mother Earth” as she thanked makeup brand Iconic London for its brushes.
Not bad: Shortly after she shared a photo slideshow, some photos show her work. One plate was called Blue. “LOVEEEEEEE,” she indicated in her caption
Red-y Work: The Pennsylvania native shared this piece called Music. It is 4×4
Lighter look: This palette is called Seneca Village and includes 10 shades of grey
More red in her life: This photo shows a red background with grey/silver flecks
The stunning artwork featured a detailed sky with rolling hills and rocky terrain.
Well now I’m really done with it, said Sharon. Done: Mother Earth.
She added: ‘I want to thank @iconic.london makeup brushes. I used it on this palette.
A day ago, Sharon shared the progress of her drawing as she worked on it, with the first photo of what it looked like.
She wrote: ‘Try to give watercolors a large scale. 1. 2/28 worked on it over. I think it’s better now. 2. 2/27″.
After showing off her impressive artwork, the multi-talented star shared an adorable shot of her dog, Bandit Stone, and his girlfriend, Abby.
Wow: Stone premiered her amazing completed artwork—and revealed that she painted the gorgeous piece with makeup brushes—in 2021
Gifted: She wrote: “Trying to give watercolor a large scale. 1.2/28 I worked on it more. I think it’s better now. 2.2/27.”
The new post comes weeks after Stone encouraged her followers to seek second opinions after she said a “large fibroid” was found in her body following a previously misdiagnosed medical diagnosis.
Stone took to Instagram in early November with a personal message about her health, saying that she “just had another misdiagnosis and incorrect procedure,” and went for a “double epidural” to treat the pain she was experiencing.
And the Oscar nominee said that amid “worsening pain,” she sought a second opinion from a different doctor, who revealed she had “a large fibroid that needed to come out.”
Stone took to Instagram Stories with a personal message about her health
“Ladies in particular: don’t go off,” the niche star advised to her 3.4 million followers. Get a second opinion. It could save your life.’
Stone said she would “take 4-6 weeks off in order to make a full recovery,” and thanked fans for their care, adding, “Everything is fine.”
The Sliver actress has previously spoken publicly about her health issues, as she said in her 2021 autobiography The Beauty of Living Twice that in 2001, she had polyps removed from her body which she described as “giant” and “bigger than my chest alone.” “
Before the health breakdown: Stone appeared in the premiere of AI in 2001, the year she suffered a stroke and cerebral hemorrhage
She said that following the medical procedure, a plastic surgeon made her breasts a larger size to which she had consented to breast reconstruction surgery after the tumors were removed.
Stone also suffered a stroke and cerebral hemorrhage in 2001 when she was 43 years old.
appear on today In March of 2021, Stone shared details of the critical moments while she was hospitalized and told by a doctor that she was about to die.
“The room was very silent,” Stone said. “When the room is so silent and no one is running around trying to fix you, that’s when you realize how close death is and how serious everything is.”
Killing Blow: Stone achieved fame in 1992’s Basic Instinct opposite Michael Douglas
Stone will continue to recover, but said the stroke affected her career and the way others treated her.
She said, “People have treated me cruelly, brutally.” diverse in 2019. “From the other women in my own business to the judge who handled my custody case, I don’t think anyone understands how serious stroke is for women and what it takes to recover — it took about seven years.”
She added, ‘I had to re-mortgage my house. I lost everything I had. I lost my place at work. I was like the hottest movie star, you know? It was like our Miss Princess Diana being so famous – and she passed away and had a stroke. And we have forgotten.
Earlier this year, Stone also revealed that she had lost nine children due to a miscarriage.
The actress — who is the mother of three sons Rowan, 22, Laird, 17, and Quinn, 16, through adoption — insists that women feel losing a child is “something that has to be endured alone and privately with a kind of sense of shame.”
In an Instagram caption, she wrote, “We, as females, do not have a forum to discuss how profound this loss is. I lost nine children to miscarriage. It’s no small feat, neither physically nor emotionally, and yet it made us feel like it was something we endured on our own and secretly with a kind of sense of failure. Instead of receiving the sympathy, empathy, and healing we so desperately need. Women’s health and wellness in the nurturing of male ideology has become lax at best, ignorant in reality, and violently oppressive in effort.
What are fibroids?
Fibroids are tumors that grow in or around the uterus.
Non-cancerous tumors, in 99% of cases, consist of fibrous and muscle tissue and vary in size.
Many women do not know they have fibroids because two out of three women do not experience any symptoms.
Those who show signs of fibroids may experience heavy or painful periods, abdominal pain, lower back pain, the need to urinate frequently, constipation and pain or discomfort during sex.
In rare cases, complications can affect pregnancy or cause infertility.
It is believed that between 20 and 50 percent of women between the ages of 16 and 50 have fibroids at any given time.
And about three-quarters of them will develop fibroids at some point during these childbearing years.
But only a third of them are large enough to be detected by doctors during a physical examination.
Doctors don’t know why fibroids develop. But they believe growth is related to the female reproductive hormone estrogen, with levels being highest during the childbearing years.
They tend to contract when estrogen levels are low, such as after menopause, so they are not treated unless they are causing symptoms.
Treatment includes medications to relieve discomfort and shrink growths, or surgery if these don’t work.