“I See Faces”: Artist Ilan Adar Creates Amazing Stone Portraits

In an ongoing series, artist Ilan Adar scours shorelines for stones, carefully arranging them into striking faces that he then preserves through photography. Continue reading »

Elspeth McLean Creates Beautiful Hand-Painted Stones

Elspeth McLean is a talented painter from Australia’s western suburbia. She is perhaps the most vibrant painter I have even seen, hence her degree and passion in Art Therapy. She has a strong belief that art has the power to bring immense joy into people lives and her vibrant creations accurately reflect that. Continue reading »

The Living Stones

Actors from the Israeli theatre group Orto-Da perform during their show titled “Stones”, at a theatre in Tel Aviv March 10, 2015. Inspired by Nathan Rapoport’s Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Monument, the play tells a story from the point of view of the sculptures in the monument. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)
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Unseen Photos of the 1965 Rolling Stones

An exhibition at Los Angeles’ Dilettante gallery showcased 23 rare photographs capturing candid moments of the Rolling Stones on their 1965 American tour. The photos that make up ‘Found: Photographs of the Rolling Stones’ were only recently discovered in an unmarked box at a Southern California estate sale. The exhibit marks the first time these images have been shown to the public.

Shot in Savannah, Ga., and Clearwater, Fla., in the spring of 1965, the pictures show the now legendary rock group in their youth, relaxing as the British Invasion of rock swept the States. The collection shows the carefree innocence of the Stones, along with their founding member and road manager Ian Stewart, just when they were on the verge of superstardom. Continue reading »

The Rolling Stones: Charlie is my Darling

Fourteen unseen photographs of fresh faced Rolling Stones on their way to a gig in Dublin in 1965 have been uncovered by archivists. (AP) Continue reading »

Ronnie Wood Art Exhibition: Rolling Stones Guitarist Portraits Include Mick Jagger, Keith Richards

There’s more to Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood than meets the eye. The 64-year-old rocker is quite the painter. His latest exhibition, titled “Faces, Time and Places,” is currently on display in New York City.

“Lots of musicians happen to be artists because you find, especially if you’re a Gemini like me, that you’re blessed with two things: music and art,” the musician said at the exhibition’s Monday opening, CBS reported.

His work is being presented by the Symbolic Collection at 498 Broome Street. The exhibition is open through June 30. Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Sunday, Cliché magazine reported. The exhibit includes portraits of Wood’s Rolling Stones bandmates, Muhammad Ali and Al Pacino.

Ronnie Wood can certainly paint! (Reuters / Lucas Jackson) Continue reading »