Castle Galleries is currently showing a selection of artwork by all-round creative Ronnie Wood.
And what better subject matter for the Rolling Stones guitarist than his bandmates?
The four new prints were all painted while the band was on its global '14 On Fire' tour last year.
The new Drawn to Life collection captures his bandmates in expressive black and sepia sweeping lines with water colour shadowing.
Ronnie has painted and drawn for more than 35 years, receiving formal training at Ealing College of Art before being beginning his career as a professional musician.
He also created cover artwork for Clapton's 1988 box set Crossroads, and several of his paintings – including a work commissioned by Andrew Lloyd Webber – are displayed at London's Drury Lane Theatre.
“There is no kind of therapy like the one you have from seeing a picture through to the end,” Ronnie says, speaking about his creativity.
“In a secret sort of way, I like the people who I draw to see the way I've depicted them. Unlike music, it's a solo effort. There is no one else to blame.”
Peter Viet-Lu, manager at the gallery in thecentre:mk said: “Ronnie draws with such fluidity and expression that his bandmates are really brought to life.
“It's an exciting collection that art lovers as well as fans will appreciate.”
Ronnie Wood's collection is free to view and will remain at the gallery through to April 19.