Ronnie Wood, Rolling Stones guitarist, has been one of the best-known figures in rock art for many years.
While much of Ronnie Wood’s art features the Rolling Stones, he also paints many other subjects – nudes, wildlife, landscapes and jazz musicians, to name a few.
Ronnie Wood art is widely available to buy, both as original canvases and limited edition prints. Several series of his recent work are published by Washington Green Fine Art, London. (Washington Green also publish work by Bob Dylan, such as The Drawn Blank Series.)
And now a new exhibition, Ronnie Wood: Art and Music, has just opened at the William Benton Museum of Art in Storrs, University of Connecticut.
It runs until 10 August. Entry is free.
If I was within driving distance of Hartford CT, I’d regard a visit to Ronnie Wood: Art and Music as well-nigh compulsory.