Mick and Keith’s sticky fingers painting goes up for sale

The Rolling Stones front-man Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards collaborated with the artist Kelly Sullivan in painting Rock and Roll Voodoo (1995) at a Halloween party in San Francisco during the band’s Voodoo Lounge tour. This month, Sullivan is selling the painting at her new gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey, with an asking price of $375,000. Jagger and Richards fingerpainted the canvas and signed it as part of Sullivan’s long-running “FingerSmears” series, made with celebrities including Bruce Springsteen, Harrison Ford and Carol Burnett. Rock and Roll Voodoo will be on view at Kelly Sullivan Fine Art until 31 October.