Ronnie Wood to unveil a series of paintings called 'Abstract Stones'

Art 26/04/2019

The Rolling Stones' guitarist, Ronnie Wood will be unveiling a new series of paintings to honour his band tomorrow (April 26).

Titled 'Abstract Stones', Wood has teased fans with a few sneak previews of his art series, all which he will be selling online as hand-signed prints.

"I think it's born in me that I'm an artist of the visual kind first," Ronnie Wood told CNN earlier in January. "There's nothing I enjoy doing more today than painting in oils, and that's how I used to paint as a teenager."

Among his collection, there's a painting which he drew inspiration from Picasso himself. You can see it below in its full glory.

"I call it The Picasso Stones. It’s my interpretation of Picasso’s painting The Three Dancers," he tells NME. "Looking at the original, I was inspired to do my own take featuring the boys. I did a few versions and each one was slightly different and more honed than the last."

Just last year, Wood had released a new Stones book to showcase 100 artistic hand-drawn setlists Wood had created since 2005's "Bigger Bang" tour to the current "No Filter" tour.

You can see some of his Stones art below.