Landscape painter Tom Barron has opened The Other Art Gallery in Crieff to showcase his own and other artists’ work.
The newly extended Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries includes three beautiful exhibition spaces.
Graphic designer Ian Farmer has opened Upright Gallery overlooking Bruntsfield Links.
Located in the picturesque village of St John’s Town of Dalry, the Glenhaven Gallery features exclusively original artwork and photography by Scottish artists.
Based in what is thought to be a former 19th century carding mill, the Weekend Gallery in Kilbirnie will present a series of monthly solo shows focusing primarily on first-time exhibitors working in the West of Scotland.
June 17 – 25
An exhibition of new paintings, also prints, gifts and cards. Paintings are hung throughout the house, visitors are welcome to browse.
August 4 – 7
After drawing visitors by the thousand to see maquettes (scale models) of Andy Scott’s ‘Kelpies’, the Kirkcudbright Arts & Crafts Trail once again enlivens the “Artists’ Town”.
June 10 – 17
The Glasgow School of Art Degree Show features work from graduating students across the School of Design, School of Fine Art & the Mackintosh School of Architecture.
June 17 – 24
The show is an annual highlight in the arts calendar, showcasing the work of Aberdeen’s Gray’s School of Art graduating students.
July 4 – 15
Mixed group exhibition with artists from varied creative practices, background, culture and countries.
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June 9 – 11
This weekend the Fruitmarket Gallery hosts its annual DesignMarket with over 35 exhibiting designers.
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Bridal designers Wendy Harman and Natasha Hutchison of Lovedeluxe Lingerie make pieces to order in Chantilly lace, mesh and silk for the “confident, flirtatious and effortlessly sexy, without size prejudice”.
East Lothian’s Clock House Furniture has the largest collection of Antler furniture – the “ultimate renewable resource”.
Inspired by Scotland’s industrial heritage and landscape, Dundee-based Kartel create classic men’s and women’s time pieces incorporating traditional Harris Tweed.
Passionate about 3D weaving techniques, Amy Bond creates home fabrics and fashion accessories featuring bright, bold, vibrant combinations of colours and geometric patterns.
From “a ramshackle caravan” parked at the foot of the Ochil Hills, Jo Pudelko makes contemporary, mixed media jewellery and small scale sculptural objects.
Juli Bolanos-Durman was recognised for her superb glass work as one of four winners at the Inches Carr Scottish Craft Awards hosted by Gray’s School of Art.
June 2 – 22
An exhibition of traditional hand crafted photomontage. Caustic, witty and wry comments on current culture and politics.
June 10 – 18
Artists & organisations across Central Scotland host a variety of events from open studios, installations, temporary public artworks, popup shows, film, performance, and exhibitions in galleries and community spaces.
Until October 8
Edinburgh Alphabet spans four gallery floors, and features more than 300 objects, assembled together for the first time.
Until June 11
Fife Contemporary brings new work by Jeremy Hutchison to Kirkcaldy Galleries.
Until June 24
An exhibition merging the landscape with the figurative in an interesting mix from thirteen fine artists.
June 21 – July 20
The Prestonpans Tapestry tells the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s triumphant passage to Scotland.