Ronnie Wood’s New Print Collection Supports Turn Up For Recovery & Crossroads Centre

“One Day At A Time” is Ronnie Wood’s new collection of 10 affirmation prints in a stunning custom box, in support of addiction charities Turn Up For Recovery, founded by Melia Clapton, and Crossroads Centre Antigua, founded by Eric Clapton. “One Day At A Time” is presented with a hand signed colophon front sheet and an interleave sheet for each print.

This edition marks the latest collaboration between Ronnie and the two charities.

Ronnie said, “Affirmations have become a really valuable part of my recovery and have always really inspired me along the way…I wanted to create this print in support for Turn Up For Recovery to highlight the incredible work they do. It really does make a huge difference to so many lives.”

Some of Ronnie’s most popular Instagram posts have been his messages in support of people in recovery, reading some of his favourite passages from “one of my books that help me get through every day”.

Turn Up For Recovery is the grassroots, charitable gig movement born out of Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival. Founded by Eric’s wife, Melia Clapton, Turn Up For Recovery aims to raise awareness of abstinence-based recovery, tackle the stigma of addiction and help make treatment affordable to people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.

“I’m so moved by Ronnie’s kindness in bringing awareness to our cause and raising funds to help provide treatment for those in need. A massive thank you Ronnie for sharing these prints with Turn Up For Recovery and Crossroads Antigua, I’m grateful to you for creating a powerful message with your gift of painting, they will be part of a positive change in many people’s lives. It’s inspiring to find someone that struggled with addiction who is willing to spreading hope to others still suffering…a true blessing.” – Melia Clapton

The collection is available at

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