We all know that Ronnie Wood is a master of the axe, but now he's master of the brush as the Faces and Rolling Stones guitarist launches an art exhibit in the Big Apple. So, do we have a new replacement for Thomas Kinkade?

Chances are the answer is no.

Ron Wood's new art exhibit is called "Faces, Time, and Places," and it launched yesterday in New York City. In the exhibit, there are drawings of his Rolling Stones band mates, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts and other famous faces including Slash and Jack Nicholson.

The exhibit was organized with the help of Symbolic Collection and launched in time to coincide with Ron's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday for his work with Faces. Ron's visual art will be on display for three months at the Broome Street Gallery. Admission is free.