Jim Carrey is an INCREDIBLE ARTIST as Profiled in “I Need Color” Documentary
It’s always shocking when a celebrity has more than one talent — wether its Jesse Eisenberg being an incredible humor writer or Nick Offerman’s now legendary wood working skills — but it’s rare to see these tasks being just so… breathtaking. Jim Carrey is a comedian and actor who is maybe best known for his string of incredibly energetic performances in Dumb and Dumber, The Mask and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective — and his innate talent in those films makes it all the more shocking that Jim Carrey isn’t just an artist, but an undeniably talented one.
The short documentary “I Need Color” needs to be seen to be believed. Jim Carrey is in his studio studiously making ornate and gorgeous sculptures and creating beautiful painting that pop into the eyes. Watching him in action is incredible, and hearing his spiritual musings is incredibly interesting, such as him saying that Jesus Chris is made up of every race and about how he started painting because during one bleak winter following a break up he found himself needing color. The most shocking thing is again — just how good the art is. Check out a little bit of it, and make sure to watch the documentary above.
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