Most people know Vanessa Hudgens from her appearances in the High School Musical series or more recently from her role in Spring Breakers with Selena Gomez and James Franco. She's an actress, singer, and, we just discovered, a pretty good painter. We can't believe we're saying this, but homegirl got some skills. The actress Tweeted yesterday:

As you can see, Hudgens painted one of the most famous works by Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí entitled The Persistence of Memory (1931). Most people recognize the melting clocks in the painting, which has been in MoMA's collection since 1934. We're a bit astonished but her work is actually pretty good. Hudgens will soon appear in an upcoming movie entitled Machete Kills, which also features an appearance by Lady Gaga. Maybe Hudgens can link up with Mother Monster and join the slew of other artists who are set to collaborate with Gaga.

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