Perhaps Leonardo DiCaprio is looking to expand his art collection. The Oscar winner, who is an avid art collector, paid a visit to Brad Pitt’s art studio in Los Angeles on May 10. The Revenant star, 42, was accompanied by his father George DiCaprio and friends for the outing to the actor’s workspace. Brad was spotted leaving the studio the day before Leo's visit looking ruggedly handsome wearing a tight fitting white T-shirt and dark rinse jeans. Since his split from Angelina Jolie, the dad-of-six has tapped into his artistic side and taken up sculpting.
VER GALERÍA Leo visited Brad's art studio in Los Angeles Photo: 2017 Backgrid/The Grosby Group
During his recent candid interview with GQ, Brad admitted that he escapes his “solemn” house that was once filled with the voices and sounds of his children by visiting his pal Thomas Houseago’s scuplting studio. He revealed, “I've been going to a friend's sculpting studio, spending a lot of time over there. My friend [Thomas] is a serious sculptor. They've been kind. I've literally been squatting in there for a month now. I'm taking a sh-t on their sanctity." Brad also noted that having a creative outlet allows him to ease his mind. The 53-year-old admitted, “I think everyone's creative in some way. If I'm not creating something, doing something, putting it out there, then I'll just be creating scenarios of fiery demise in my mind. You know, a horrible end."
VER GALERÍA The dad-of-six looked handsome leaving his studio a day before the Oscar winner's visit Photo: 2017 Coleman Rayner/The Grosby Group
When asked by the publication if sculpting was a “Sisyphean thing” for him, the Allied star replied, “I find it the opposite. Well, I guess so, in that there's a task at hand. You have to wrap your stuff up at night and bring order back to your chaos for the next day. I find it a great opportunity for the introspection. Now you have to be real careful not to go too far that way and get cut off in that way. I'm really good at cutting myself off, and it's been a problem. I need to be more accessible, especially to the ones I love.”