Chris Brown Paintings Fetch Thousands At Charity Art Show
Want to make Chris Brown's music seem that much better? Look at his paintings.
Please, by all means, praise his paintings. Otherwise, he'll never stop whining about how nobody thinks he's just the greatest man ever.
Brown made his New York City art community debut showcasing his paintings with Ron English last night, Hollywood Life reports. Brown threw the party alongside girlfriend Karrueche Tran and auctioned off several paintings whose proceeds benefited his Symphonic Love charity benefiting art and music education.
Along with his paintings, Brown also debuted his Dum English line of toys. Created in partnership with English, Brown's toy line is said to be a collection of toy astronaut collectibles that somehow make a statement about fame.
"It's a lonely thing," English said.
Yes, Chris Brown is but an innocent victim. Chris only pawn in game of life.
"I didn't even know who he was. I downloaded some Bobby Brown songs and my wife was like, 'That's a different guy,'" English said. When he learned Brown has several tattoos of English's art, English said it was "more of a compliment than buying."
Brown's showcased paintings were given names like "Chompuzz" and "Too Many Parties," suggesting he sold the naming rights to an eight-year-old. His paintings were said to fetch prices ranging from $2,500-$10,000.
Check out the picture below of one of Brown's works, and tell us: for a singer, does he make a decent painter?