AceShowbiz - As her fans are eagerly waiting for her new music, Olivia Rodrigo has revealed what she has been up to these days. The Grammy Award-winning artist has posted some new pictures on her Instagram page, revealing her artistic side.
One of the photos uploaded last week features the painting titled "Jungle Tales" or "Contes de la Jungle" by James Jebusa Shannon. The 19-year-old star appears to admire the artwork that is currently displayed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Not only enjoying the works by renowned artists, Olivia has apparently tried her hands at painting. Another picture shows some wet brushes and cups over several artworks that the "Good 4 U" songstress presumably made herself.
Another picture shows Olivia enjoying ice cream during an outing, while another displays pizza and bread on a table that she probably devoured in another occasion. She also took a snap of her holding a croissant bread while reading a book.
Olivia was also pictured playing a pink guitar in one other image. There's additionally a photo that she took with her pal and fellow musician Conan Gray. She simply captioned the snaps with three emojis, including a pizza, a red heart and a bookworm emoji.
While she's not busy performing these days, Olivia was recently unveiled to have attended a class at USC music school in Los Angeles. In late August, a picture surfaced of the "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" star sitting in a class at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music. "No way I'm in class with Olivia bruh," a fan who took and shared the picture wrote over it.
Another photo that popped up on Olivia fan pages shows her status at the school as an "undergraduate visitor" with an "unclassified" major. According to USC, a "visiting student" may enroll in and complete "individual courses for professional or personal development without enrolling in a degree program."
As for her upcoming music gig, Olivia has been tapped to perform at the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. She joins the likes of Pink, Sheryl Crow, Lenny Kravitz, Alice Cooper, Brandi Carlile, Alanis Morissette and Miley Cyrus who are also scheduled to appear at the event taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 5.