IF YOU care not for The Beatles in this Fab Four-loving city of ours, but still like a bit of an arty ageing rocker now and then, you will doubtless be pleased to know that Stones legend Ronnie Wood will be mounting an exhibition of his work, which just happens to coincide with International Beatles Week.
The Rolling Stone, in between rocking, rolling and whatever else he’s up to these days, has become something of an established and prolific artist.
Working with paint, screen-printing, woodcuts and etching methods, Wood has created a wide variety of artworks, from bold, abstract pieces to intimate portraits of fellow band members and other showbiz pals.
Tour sketches and landscapes also form a large part of the artist's portfolio. The Liverpool exhibition will feature original works and prints.
Will he or won't he make an appearance? Like pop stars a quarter of his age, who knows?
Nevertheless, if you’d like to be the first to see Ronnie’s collection, we have a pair of tickets to give away for a private viewing on Monday 18 August, before it opens to the public the next day. Enter your details below.
Ronnie Wood Exhibition
Liverpool Academy of Arts, 32 Seel Street
Tuesday, 19th August – Friday 29th August (opening hours 11.00h-17.00h)
To be in with a chance of winning, simply fill your details into the form below and we’ll pick a winner at random.
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