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Faces, Time and Places: Artwork by Ronnie Wood

Beggar's Banquet, Painting by Ronnie Wood
Beggar’s Banquet, Painting by Ronnie Wood

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood began painting as a child. He went on to study art at Ealing Art College in London and he has continued to create art throughout his musical career. He says that he sometimes works on 10 canvases at the same time.

Earlier this month Ronnie Wood opened an exhibition of his artwork titled Faces, Time and Places at 498 Broome Street at West Broadway in New York City. The exhibit coincides with Wood’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the band The Faces on April 14. He was previously inducted with the Rolling Stones. Presented by Symbolic Collection, the exhibition includes paintings, drawings and limited-edition prints available for sale, many of which have never been seen before by the public. The exhibition opened April 9, 2012 and continues through  June 30, 2012.


Related blog entries:

Ronnie Wood: 50 Years of Rock N’ Roll at Symbolic Collection, London (August 9, 2012)

Bremont Art Clocks by Ronnie Wood (November 20, 2011)

New Artwork by Ronnie Wood – The Famous Flames Suite (October 14, 2011)

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