Ronnie Wood is busy these days demonstrating his other creative talents. The Rolling Stones guitarist was on hand for the opening of his new art exhibit, "Faces, Time, and Places," which launched Monday in New York. "The New York Daily News" says the collection features portraits of a number of famous figures, including drawings of bandmates Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Charlie Watts; and paintings of celebrity friends including Slash and Jack Nicholson. Symbolic Collection is behind the display, which was organized in conjunction with Ronnie's upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He's gaining entry this time as a member of The Faces. The Broome Street exhibit will be up for three months. The Rock Hall induction ceremony will take place in Cleveland on Saturday.