'Bush's little paintings' is an exhibition of paintings depicting various world leaders, painted by none other than former U.S. President George W. Bush. The exhibition features Bush's paintings of around two dozen world leaders he worked with during his two terms as President. World leaders painted in the series include Russian President Vladimir Putin, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and several others. A self-portrait and a painting of Bush's father George H.W. Bush are also part of the exhibition.
Not all the paintings in the series are those of politicians; Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama is featured in one of the paintings.
"I paint a lot because, as you know, I’m a driven person and I want to get better," said the former President. "A whole new world has opened up.”