LEGENDARY Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is exhibiting his latest art at the Castle Galleries in Leamington Spa and Stratford.

For rock and art fans alike, the five limited edition works of art are a celebration of Wood’s two creative worlds.

The Famous Flames Suite focuses on the four members of The Rolling Stones – Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie – while The Stones on Stage – Got Me Rockin’ brilliantly captures the raw energy of the band fronted by swaggering Mick Jagger.

The limited edition collection, published by Washington Green Fine Art Publishing, will feature at Castle Galleries in Regent Street, Leamington Spa, and Castle Galleries in Bard’s Walk, Stratford.

The legendary Stone will make a rare personal appearance to accompany the unveiling of the limited edition prints and a selection of unique originals at Castle Fine Art in Birmingham’s ICC on Thursday, November 3.

A dedicated artist, who grew up in an artistic family and first started painting at the age of 12, Wood went on to train to be an artist at Ealing College of Art, before following his incredible musical path with the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces and the Rolling Stones from 1975.

Like other music legends of his generation – including Bob Dylan and John Lennon – music and art are inextricably linked in Wood’s life. He says the desire and need to create through both art forms is both natural and relentless.

He added: “When I get inspired I get almost possessed and I just have to paint.”

Visit castlegalleries.com for more information.