Few can claim to have had as stellar, or diverse, a career as Ronnie Wood.

Exhibition includes approximately 50 works of art, featuring a combination of original works, prints, and set list works.

The Exhibit

The Ronnie Wood Art Exhibit complements The Rolling Stones | UNZIPPED exhibit currently open at Expo Live! at Portage Place. Winnipeg is just the second Canadian exhibition of Wood’s art, which comes directly from Kitchener, Ont.

While Wood may be best known as the Stones’ guitarist, he comes from an artistic family and is a formally trained artist (Ealing College of Art in London) who has been painting longer than he has been playing. Wood’s work spans a variety of mediums, styles, and artistic influences – including Egon Schiele, Henri Matisse, Vincent can Gogh and Pablo Picasso. Whether the subject is horses, landscapes, text art, portraits, or pop culture icons, including his own Stones bandmates, Wood said the pieces tell the story of his own life and celebrate his musical heroes, the bands he’s been a part of, and his love for the natural world.

The Ronnie Wood Pop-Up Gallery will feature nearly 50 of Wood’s pieces spanning from 1987 to 2021. Highlights include the earliest piece, from 1987, titled Whitney Houston, Grace Jones, and Sade – a portrait using mixed media on paper – a self-portrait, a portrait of bandmate Keith Richards, and several interpretive portraits of bandmates Mick Jagger, Richards, and Charlie Watts using mixed media. The three-painting series called Guitarscapes has been displayed all over Europe before making its second Canadian stop in Winnipeg. Most of the pieces are for sale, including signed originals, setlist art and limited-edition prints.

Praised by art critics, Wood’s pieces have been exhibited around the world and grace the walls of esteemed institutes such as London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The Clintons, Rihanna and Andrew Lloyd Webber are among his notable collectors.

Exhibition runs from June 21st through the summer at True North Square!

Plan Your Visit

The Ronnie Wood Art Exhibit is conveniently located in downtown Winnipeg in the lower level of True North Square at 225 Carlton Street. Entry is free.

Our hours of operation are:

Tues- Sun– 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Private viewings are also available, please email [email protected].

The Ronnie Wood Art Exhibit is the perfect downtown accompaniment to your trip to The Rolling Stones | UNZIPPED at Expo Live! at Portage Place – get your tickets here!

Lower level of 225 Carlton, True North Square’s residential tower.

225 Carlton St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0V3

Our venue is Mask-Friendly where mask use by guests is not required but strongly encouraged.

True North Sports + Entertainment reserves the right to change or modify information and operations to reflect the Manitoba Public Health orders, recommendations, or other evolving circumstances. Guests are encouraged to check back regularly for updates.

Private viewings are available, please email [email protected].