September 18, 2019
Ken Russell: Leith Street - Biggar Little Festival

Open Studios Round-Up

Autumn brings the close of open studios season, when artists and makers welcome the public into their work spaces to see behind the scenes, talk to them about their work and buy or commission an original piece.

Gairloch Museum

A New Heritage Museum at Gairloch, Wester Ross

Wester Ross has a new cultural heritage hub. Formerly located in an old farm steading, the Gairloch Heritage Museum has relocated to a strikingly redeveloped former nuclear bunker opened by HRH The Princess Royal.

McCallum Art House

McCallum Art House Transformed in Fort William

Built originally as a military building in the mid-18th century, the main gallery features changing displays of art and photography, while a studio space is devoted to local designer-makers.

ART a visual history - Dorling Kindersley

Art: A Visual History

If you have ever stood in front of an artwork and wondered what you should be looking for, what it means, even whether or not it is any good, this compendium of over 650 artist profiles from early history to the present day is for you.

50 Artists You Should Know, pub. Prestel

50 Artists You Should Know

One of 20 separate editions from the best-selling 50… You Should Know series, this concise overview of key artists from the 13th century to the present day is perfect for casual reading or easy reference.

Cover, A Celebration of Nature Through the Seasons

Laura Blackwood’s Seasonal Celebration of Nature

This month by month exploration of the countryside as seen through the eyes of the Borders-based artist is beautifully illustrated by delicate, detailed renderings covering a wide range of natural history subjects commonly found throughout Britain, with hand-written text offering a wealth of information, from botanical explanations and traditions to folklore and festivals.

Idols: The Power of Images

An Image of the Power of Idols

Take a voyage through history and around the world to discover how artists who lived and worked between 4000BC and 2000BC created three-dimensional images of the human body.

Martin Boyce, ‘Disappear Here’, screenprint

RGI Kelly Gallery, Glasgow: The TURNER

28 Sep – 2 Nov

A unique exhibition of the work of Glasgow School of Art’s Turner Prize nominees, brought together for the first time with Prize-winners.