London’s Home House plays host to a range of Rolling Stone’s memorabilia and paintings from guitarist Ronnie Wood.
London’s exclusive private members club on Portman Square, Home House, is becoming the home of a rare collection of Rolling Stones memorabilia and exclusive paintings from guitarist Ronnie Wood. The collection also has a guitar, hand signed by Ronnie Wood himself along with an array of canvas prints, with hand embellishments from Sebastian Kruger. The artwork was first discovered in The Lounge in House 21, next to the infamous Zaha Hadid Bar and provides guests with an exclusive and rare view into the life and mind of one of the most inspirational rock and roll musicians of our time.
Home House prides itself on showcasing some of the best pieces of artwork in the world, their collection is updated every six months. Along with the Rolling Stones memorabilia, the new artwork includes a selection of Hyperphotos from the renowned Jean-Francois Rauzier and contemporary portraits by Louis Boudreault.
Ronnie Wood was born in to a musical and artistic family so it only makes sense that he would be passionate about both, he spent his time creating portraits of band members and musicians he admired, knew and sometimes played with, to family and close friends’ and of course, himself.