At The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle, Marissa Weatherhead’s collection of still-life paintings, inspired by the Spanish coast, explores the notion of the table as a tool for artist and viewer.
An exhibition in Roger Billcliffe Gallery’s Grand Hall brings together a select group of paintings depicting a slightly different aspect of the sea.
‘Life-bestowing cadaverous soooooooooooooooooooot’ displays Scotland’s Rae-Yen Song’s work as artist and researcher, exploring the interplay between life and death.
In his exhibition of new sculpture and painted works at City Contemporary Art, Perth, Mark Youd explores the possibilities of portraiture.
Showing at The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scottish artist Philip Braham’s paintings and photographs recall the Northern Romantic tradition
Part of the StAnza 2024 poetry festival will be a celebration of textile art by Fife Contemporary, including two textile exhibits and a free drop-in weaving workshop.
An exhibition at Edinburgh’s Dundas St Gallery brings together six diverse women artists celebrating the growth of developing their own unique artistic voices through art, and a love of the natural environment.
An exhibition of the work of Mary Armour at Roger Billcliffe Gallery Glasgow displays one of the most noted pioneering female artists of her generation.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh showcases the prestigious photography event, which has been a global platform for photographers around the world for nearly 60 years.
Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright’s first mixed group show of the year will include more collections than usual, with new work filling both of its floors.
Edinburgh auction house Lyon & Turnbull’s first silver sale of 2024 ranges from contemporary pieces by sought-after makers to antique silver.
Now showing at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, the Bird Photographer of the Year exhibition showcases the best bird images captured by professional and amateur photographers around the world.
Keyline at Glasgow Print Studio showcases a wide range of techniques in contemporary screenprinting by invited artists, exploring themes of personal histories, portraits and identity.
In her exhibition at the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumbrian artist Matilda Bevan draws on the work of Thomas Hennell who travelled the British countryside documenting rural life in the 1930s.
Cornelia Parker’s One Day This Glass Will Break at Kilmarnock’s Dick Institute explores her fascination with the physical properties of objects, materials and their histories.
Lorna Crawford is showing her work at Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire, during February.
Evoke/Provoke at Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay is a showcase of the best in abstract art and ceramics.
The latest of Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s popular auctions is Five Centuries, featuring paintings, furniture and a host of specialist collecting areas.
Studio 44 Gallery in Largs, Ayrshire, is hosting an exhibition by Ayr Sketch Club – running alongside the Club’s traditional venue, the Maclaurin Art Gallery.
Showing at the V&A Dundee, The Dundee Tapestry consists of 35 hand-stitched panels made by volunteers from Dundee and the surrounding area.
The pictures in The Fine Art Society’s current exhibition in Edinburgh illustrate the country’s landscape, culture and daily life.
The 19th edition of the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival is set to take place in Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland, showcasing the most distinctive voices in cinema from across the world.
A new exhibition space dedicated to the legacy of Scottish artist George Wyllie is set to open in Greenock.
This year’s Borders Art Fair returns to the Borders Event Centre in Kelso, with over seventy artists, galleries and makers from across the UK.