Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood’s artwork on display in Waterloo, starting Thursday

WATERLOO – The Ronnie Wood art exhibit – the precursor to ‘The Rolling Stones / Unzipped’ at Kitchener’s TheMuseum later this month – will open Thursday at UpTown Waterloo.

Featuring 70 original works of art by the legendary Stones guitarist, the exhibition – in TheMuseum’s posh gallery at 95 King St. W., opposite Wordsworth Books and next to Starbucks – will feature a combination of original works, prints, set list works, lithographs and paintings , all available for purchase.

“The Ronnie Wood exhibit will bring to the Region of Waterloo a wide range of works of art that span the artist’s talented career – from his days spent with one of the most influential rock groups during from the past 50 years to his efforts as a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, artist, songwriter and radio personality, ”said David Marskell, CEO of TheMuseum, in a press release.

Ronnie Wood added, “I am so happy that fans in Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario and across Canada are getting to see some of my favorite artwork from my collection for the first time.

“Art and music are the two creative mediums that I love, and many of these works tell the story of my musical life, celebrate my musical heroes and the bands I have been a part of, as well as pieces showing another muse in my life, the natural world.

Tickets cost $ 10 at the door or $ 8 when you combine a visit to the Rolling Stones “Unzipped” exhibit. For more information, visit

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