Review: Dancing Light Gallery’s exhibition at Dundas Street Gallery of new work by the internationally-recognised sculptor Sue White Oakes showcases how her life-long love of engineering has given her a keen appreciation of the perfectly-adapted mechanical structures of her wildlife subjects, such as insects and birds.
12 Sep – 3 Oct
Peter Davis’ A Sense of Place at Kilmorack Gallery is the result of walking the same stretch of Atlantic-facing Shetland coast in all weathers to capture ‘something simple and beautiful’.
12 Sep – 6 Jun 2021
Edinburgh’s City Art Centre is reopening with an exhibition echoing the spirit of the 1920’s in Scotland, with artworks selected from the City Art Centre’s own collections of paintings, watercolours, drawings, etchings and sculptures.
Dandelion Designs – an art gallery in Waternish on Skye – showcases a collection of Cathy, Liz and Pat Myhill’s own original mixed-media artwork traditional printmaking, photographs, handmade cards, candles and jewellery.
App-based exhibition, until 30 Sep
Glasgow’s The Modern Institute is hosting a new exhibition on the Vortic Collect downloadable app, by Victoria Morton.
Until 13 Sep
Smith Gallery’s exhibition of Alison McWhirter’s paintings on the theme of love, produced during the coronavirus pandemic, show a colourful and uplifting exuberance.
The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI) has announced this year’s winners of its RGI Graduate Award.
From 16 Sep
Having been rescued via a crowdfunded appeal supported by Artmag, Mackintosh at the Willow is to re-open on 16th September.
Borders-based Brown & Turner’s autumn programme begins 19th September, with details on their website.
12 – 26 Sep
Eduardo Alessandro Studios is hosting a special exhibition of thirty paintings from Dundee artist Jonathan Mitchell’s thirty-year career.
18 – 23 Sep
Edinburgh artist Kirstin Heggie’s show of land and seascapes at Dundas Street Gallery in Edinburgh is her first solo show.
Lyon & Turnbull is hosting the launch of Lachlan Goudie’s new book, The Story of Scottish Art. In an online interview with Kirsty Wark, Lachlan will discuss his exploration of the 5,000 years of Scottish creativity covered by the book.