Hunter Biden appears to be taking time away from allegedly selling American influence to other countries. The son of Joe Biden is now reportedly turning to art showings to center himself and stay “sane.”
As the Department of Justice continues to probe Hunter Biden’s business dealings, he is reportedly close to signing a deal as an artist to be represented by New York’s Georges Bergès Gallery. The exhibition of his work is expected to take place sometime in 2021.
With his long history of vices, so many things could be said about Biden’s use of tools for his art. Staying on the high road for this one though, we’ll let you make those connections. Biden uses alcohol ink in his abstract art, which he blows through a metal straw on Japanese Yupo paper.
Biden has been producing the artwork in a studio he has in the pool house of a Hollywood Hills, Calif., mansion he and his wife rent for $12,000 a month, according to the New York Times.
In February, Biden told the Times that painting “is literally keeping me sane,” that painting “puts my energy toward something positive,” and “It keeps me away from people and places where I shouldn’t be.”
One piece of artwork, called “Telescope #1,” resembles what you would imagine the coronavirus might look like under a microscope. Another piece, titled “Rain #1,” looks like a colorful collection of white blood cells under a microscope.
So far, no information has been released on how much Biden might be selling the paintings for, or if invitations are already headed to the Ukraine and China for the big debut. Perhaps, there will even be an opening-night special: “Buy two pieces of art, get a meeting with the ‘big guy!’”