Ronnie Wood’s electrifying collection of original and unique limited edition artworks explore a variety of genres and styles. From striking mixed media embellished paintings to intimate sketches of fellow band members, this month's expertly curated selection of hand-signed works provides us with a rare insight into the musician's rock 'n' roll life.
In this selection, we see Ronnie slide from drawings on paper to acrylic and pastel on canvas with the grace of a true virtuoso. His passion for art – as seen in the 2020 documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me – can be felt in every piece, whether it’s a Picasso-esque sketch, an atmospheric silhouette, or handwritten notes. Featuring unexpected bursts of embellishment – including gold, silver and copper leaf detail – the series also boasts scenes close to Ronnie’s heart, offering a unique insight into a rock star who is just as confident wielding a paintbrush as a guitar.
"I’m like a pig in muck if you give me a pencil, crayon or oil pastel…I just love all kinds of mediums. They’re like my old friends, these paintings."
29/04/2016Each of these hand-signed artworks is taken from the personal archive of Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood, offering a fascinating snapshot of rock 'n' roll history.
01/09/2018Following his 1995 Endangered Species Suite, the legendary musician once again illustrated his passion for animal welfare.
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