Burnside Gallery in Selkirk features Javier Ternero’s photographs taken with old cameras, using 19th-century printing processes, alongside Alison Scott’s watercolours of greyhounds.
Popular painter Jack Morrocco features at Edinburgh’s Morningside Gallery in an exhibition showcasing various aspects of his work.
Featured artist in August at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Stephen Redpath, in an exhibition celebrating the Gallery’s first ten years.
Tatha Gallery’s new exhibition features four contrasting artists who share a fascination with the beauty, wildness and solace of the Scottish landscape.
Offering visitors the chance to appreciate a medium not often seen in regional galleries, Bronze Age at Artisan& Gallery in Aberfeldy features sculptures by Tim Cracknell.
Emma-Louise Grady: Wanderings at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh is a feast of colourful mark-making combined with intense detail.
Joan Eardley Centenary at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh celebrates the centenary of the birth of an artist whose works remain as powerful as ever.
Edinburgh’s Ingleby Gallery presents the first exhibition devoted to Frank Walter’s ‘spools’ – small, circular paintings which provide a kind of lens through which to witness the workings of the late artist’s inner eye.
Artists and makers in the Coburg House studio complex in Edinburgh will be showing and selling their work in their Summer Exhibition.
For its Festival Exhibition, Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery has once again packed the gallery with a mix of regularly featured artists alongside a selection of new names.
The next auction in Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme is Contemporary & Post-War Art.
Owners of the Soil at the Fine Art Society in Edinburgh examines ties between land, identity and ownership through the early Scottish diaspora’s dual identity of the coloniser and the colonised.
A new Mixed Summer Show at the Goldfinch Gallery in Comrie, Perthshire, features work by six members of its collective.
Edinburgh’s Doubtfire Gallery welcomes back award-winning painter Euan McGregor, whose work has a strong evocation of place.
Among the new works featured at Edinburgh-based Alpha Art gallery are some beautiful works on silk by Helen Welsh.
The Dockside Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed has a selection of works by English artist Lindsay Madden, whose work explores childhood and growing up.
In her first show to focus exclusively on her still-life work, Aberfeldy-based painter Lindsay Turk is showing a solo exhibition at Aberfeldy Gallery in Highland Perthshire.
Turner Prize nominee Christine Borland’s In Relation to Linum at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a multi-disciplinary project featuring watercolours, prints and sculptural pieces exploring the life cycle of flax.
David Gordon’s Fishing the Minch revisits images from 1980, fishing in the Hebrides, evoking a bygone world that is now all but lost, but whose voice is still audible.
Figurative painter Gill Walton is mounting an Open Studio weekend at her Duns base in the Scottish Borders.
The Scottish Potters Association’s Seasons Cycle exhibition at Aberfeldy’s Watermill Gallery features nearly sixty pieces of work by SPA members on the theme of natural cycles.
Gallery Q Dundee’s new exhibition is Impressions of Italy, which might come as a comfort to anyone missing a summer visit to Italy this year.
Examining one of the most influential British designers and the country’s first independent industrial designer, whose timeless work still looks modern more than a century later.
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