Sharon Stone breaks down in tears as she reacts to recent terrorist attacks

Sharon Stone is a woman of many talents and has been showing off her artwork at an exhibit titled Welcome To My Garden.

Showing off her work at the C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich, CT, Sharon broke down in tears as she discussed one painting in particular that was inspired by her trip to Israel.

She said to Extra: “It’s just a very difficult moment. I went to the wall in Jerusalem and you can write on a small piece of paper, your prayer. And I prayed for peace and I put it on the wall.

“And I painted this painting of Jerusalem on the wall and it’s quite touching to me that it’s showing right now while this Hamas attack is happening…

“This is an attack by the terrorists of Hamas and every loss of every life is a loss of someone who’s loved by someone else.”

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She added, wiping away tears: “This is why I painted Jerusalem because when you ask for peace, you ask for someone not to kill a stranger’s child… and imagine that you’re accomplishing something.

“It’s a heavy topic but you just can’t say that some stranger’s kid is your enemy.”

Sharon also remembered her time standing in recovery rooms with Syrian, Palestinian, and Israeli mothers, receiving their babies back after open heart surgery, and the time she spent in war zones.

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Since Hamas attacked Israel, death tolls, including civilians and children, have climbed to 4000.

The Israeli government has since launched a major retaliation of air strikes on Gaza and stopped the passage of food, water, fuel, and medicine into the territory.

Sharon recently opened up about her decision to transition into painting, admitting to AP Press that she doesn’t “get much work as an actress” anymore.

She told the outlet: “I have a disability, and painting has helped me not have the anxiety I had. I was just so anxious… that I wasn’t going to be OK and I couldn’t be accepted.

“And I was able to shed all that fear and trauma that I wouldn’t be accepted, I wouldn’t be able to work in my community.

“And you know what? They didn’t really want me anyway. They weren’t going to let me back in and I’m OK with that.”

Sharon is known for her work in Basic Instinct, Casino, and Total Recall to name a few.

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