Eion Stewart Fine Art’s new exhibition at Stonehaven comprises the work of several artists with the emphasis on nature and the outdoors.
Review: An enchanting collection of landscapes and figurative studies by London-based painter Freya Douglas-Morris is inspired by memories of people and journeys, colourfully tinted with emotional feelings and a rich cultural imagination.
At the Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy, fourteen artists give their take on the word ‘wild’.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra celebrates its 25th anniversary at Edinburgh’s Queens Hall with a programme drawn from almost 100 years of jazz and the classical and Scottish traditions.
KFRBS is a solo exhibition lasting for three weeks by Katie Forbes, in the Glasgow art space and café The Alchemy Experiment.
Autumn View at the Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright is a mixed group exhibition of paintings, pottery, turned bowls and jewellery.
Land, Sea, Trees at Morningside Gallery in Edinburgh features landscapes, seascapes and treescapes by ten artists, each with a different approach to their Scottish subject.
Congratulations to the Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh, which has been voted Best Independent Art Gallery in the 2021 Scotland Prestige Awards.
Lisa Hooper: Wildlife Prints at the Maclaurin Art Gallery in Ayr features woodcuts, linocuts, etchings and a small number of less common printmaking techniques by one of Scotland’s foremost wildlife artists.