The Rolling Stones guitarist-turned-artist opens a pop-up exhibition in London


Ronnie Wood, best known as the Rolling Stones guitarist, opens a pop-up exhibition at Carousel, 71 Blandford Street, London to present his works of art.

The Ronnie Wood Collection, which opens December 13, gives visitors the chance to see some of his best-loved paintings and never-before-seen works, as well as a range of signed, limited-edition prints.

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“I’m always looking for new inspiration for my art. Color fills my life. Even the decorations in my homes are a riot of color,” said Ronnie Wood. “I’ve done album art, including the cover art for an Eric Clapton album, and I make the Stones’ setlists as little works of art. Art fills my life and art will continue to be my life.” He has established himself as both an artist and a musician over the years and his work is collected worldwide.

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The exhibition will also include a replica of Ronnie Wood’s art studio. His art ranges from depictions of band members and musicians he admires to family and close friends – he is also known for his self-portraits.

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