The Silver K Gallery is proud to present a special exhibition dedicated to the works of English rock musician, songwriter, singer and artist Ronnie Wood.
Coinciding with the current sold-out Rolling Stone Australian Tour, this strictly limited event brings together a diverse collection of paintings, drawings and prints depicting the life and times of the Rolling Stones, as well as Wood's own personal musical heroes, including Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis and Chuck Berry.
Wood formally trained at the Ealing Art College in the 1960s and notably created the cover artwork for Eric Clapton's 1988 box set Crossroads.
Today Wood is well-regarded as an accomplished artist with the South Bank Show even dedicating an entire program to his art career in 2004. His rich and vibrant collection of paintings, drawings and prints have been exhibited around the world and were turned into a clothing line by Liberty & Co in 2008.
Much of Wood's art offers a behind the scenes look at the Rolling Stones, from their early years in England to their explosion onto the world stage.
This is a rare opportunity to view one of the finest collections of Wood's artwork ever put together.
Opening on Saturday 8th November until Sunday 14th December 2014. Admission & Catalogue is priced as follows; Adults: $10.00; Children and Concession: $5.00. Please note the gallery is open Wednesdays through to Sundays but is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
In addition to The Art of Ronnie Wood, the Silver K Gallery is also presenting Robert Freeman's and Dezo Hoffman's most famous photographs of The Beatles; The Elvis Photographic Collection and John Lennon Lithographs.
For more information on The Art of Ronnie Wood or the Silver K Gallery, please visit www.silverkgallery.com.au