Part of the team which wove the tapestries at Stirling Castle, Emma Jo Webster works mainly on private commissions, specialising in portraiture and colourful abstracts hand-woven in wool, silk and cotton.
Inspired by Art Deco, nature and Scotland’s natural light, buildings and landscapes, Catherine Lowe makes glass jewellery, vessels, plates, awards and painted panels using a range of hot and cold techniques.
The team behind the textile magazine Selvedge will bring together 30 merchants and makers to Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh to sell their vintage fabrics, covetable haberdashery and handmade textile pieces.
August 5 – September 3
The Edinburgh Drawing School Gallery brings back the exhibiting group PrintRoom Dundee for their second consecutive Festival exhibition.
August 5 – September 9
Kevin Low’s solo exhibition at Union Gallery is comprised of the artist’s latest body of work.
August 4 – 28
This solo exhibition of Alison Kinnaird’s art includes engraved glass ranging from small intimate pieces to larger architectural projects.
August 5 – 26
An exhibition of paintings and drawings relating to The Great Tapestry of Scotland.
July 29 – October 29
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is presenting a major new group exhibition at Inverleith House and the Front Range Glasshouses as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival.
July 25 – August 13
Think Less, Feel More is the second solo exhibition in Edinburgh by up-and-coming abstract artist Alice Boyle.
Until August 23
The summer exhibition at the Glasgow School of Art’s Reid Gallery is ‘Against Landscape’, which examines how landscape painting has been manifested in a variety of practices.
August 5 – 27
Alpha Art is hosting a solo exhibition by the popular contemporary artist Ron Lawson.
August 4 – 28
Seven specially selected artists share their unique vision and passion for the contemporary figure in the Lennon-Art forthcoming Festival Exhibition.
July 28 – October 8
Nudes Never Wear Glasses is Kate Davis’ first solo exhibition in Edinburgh and has been created especially for the context of Stills.
July 29 – September 17
An exhibition of original prints by Robert Greenhalf and John Hatton at Waterston House in Aberlady.
The Edinburgh Drawing School still has spaces available in a variety of July classes.
The studio resident artists of The Number Shop present MELON, a showcase of new emerging contemporary art made in-house at The Number Shop – Studios and Gallery.
Artists are invited to submit their work to an Open Exhibition run by the Scottish Borders-based arts centre Allanbank Arts.
July 15 – September 17
CUT is a celebration of the woodcut technique, that brings together a selection of modern and contemporary woodcut prints from a diverse range of artists.
For the 25th time, over 80 artists at Coburg House will be opening their doors to give an opportunity to see behind the scenes.
August 4 – 28
Nomads Tent present a selling exhibition of hand crafted kilim and textile cushions, chairs and more in vibrant colours and contemporary and traditional designs.
‘Conny’ is multi-media art festival taking place in Consett, County Durham for the month of July 2017.
July 28 – August 24
‘Half Life’ is an exhibition of Kate Livingston’s paintings from the past two years.
July 22 – August 6
This exhibition of the work of over 30 local artists, features painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and furniture, and the popular Schools Mini Art Competition.
Until September 1
Northern Ink is an exciting solo exhibition of pen and ink landscapes by Naomi Blayney at the iconic venue of Durham Cathedral