February 22, 2018

An Tobar Gallery I Tina Scopa: Plant Prints & Earth Paintings

March 3 – March 30

Comar in Tobermory is the only publicly funded multi- disciplinary arts venue in Argyll. In its An Tobar Gallery, Tina Scopa: Plant Prints & Earth Paintings considers the life force of weeds, those often overlooked, yet beautifully formed “spontaneous plants”.

St Andrews I StAnza 2018

March 7 – March 11

Scotland’s only festival dedicated to poetry, StAnza, returns to St Andrews and as always includes participants from the eld of visual art.

The BlueRoof Gallery I Alix Gordron

Opening Exhibition

The BlueRoof’s opening exhibition features the work of French newcomer Alix Godon. Alix’s extensive exhibition explores structural schemes, systems and duality.

Arusha Gallery I Jannica Honey: When The Blackbird Sings 

March 2 – March 25

Jannica Honey: When The Blackbird Sings at Arusha Gallery is the Swedish-born, Edinburgh-based photographer’s first solo exhibition, featuring a new series of nearly 30 digital giclee prints which focus on the female body and its links with nature.

Barony Centre I Painting with Sounds

March 5 – March 22

Painting with Sound at the Barony Centre in West Kilbride is an audio- visual collaboration by Ayrshire artists and sound engineers Keith Salmon, Graham Byron and Drew Kirkland.

Glasgow I The 9 Muses

March 9 – March 16

The 9 Muses in partnership with Porsche created an exclusive exhibition of original fine artwork from Scottish artists such as Peter Howson, James McDonald and Gerard Burns.

Catstrand I Allan Wright

Until March 31

Long-time professional landscape photographer Allan Wright is showing a selection of images at the Catstrand in New Galloway from a portfolio generated over the last 16 years and featured in a newly published book, “Galloway”.

Ottersburn Gallery I Michal Šúr: Trees

Until February 24

Michal Šúr: Trees at the Ottersburn Gallery in Dumfries features a selection of photographs from an ongoing project which began in 2011 on Islay, continued in Dumfries and Galloway and later in the West Highlands.

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