Rolling Stones guitarist and artist Ronnie Wood will open a pop-up shop in London for three days to display his artwork.
The shop is Marylebone, London will display new works by Ronnie, some of his best loved paintings and a series of limited-edition prints.
“I’m always looking for new inspiration for my art,” Ronnie said in a statement. “Colour fills my life. Even the decoration in my homes is a riot of colour. I paint the walls, everything, and I’ve even turned some of my art into mosaics for our bathroom. I’ve turned paintings into carpets, stained glass and bronzes, and have collaborated on marine chronometers for Bremont and even a Rolls-Royce Wraith; Liberty and Co has used my paintings to create scarves, bags and clothes. I’ve done art for albums, including the cover of an Eric Clapton album, and I do the Stones’ set lists as little works of art. Art fills my life, art is my life and art will continue to be my life.”
According to Ronnie’s website, “Highlights include a series of hand-painted Fender guitars that have never been seen before, a new numbered edition of Ronnie’s favourite prints that are all embossed and signed, a customised sofa upholstered in Ronnie’s art, plus selected prints and original artworks. Ronnie will also be displaying a Bremont limited edition watch from his recent collaboration with the luxury watch brand”.
Ronnie’s pop-up shop will be open to the public:
13-15 December 2019, 10am – Late
71 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 8AB