Vivien Devlin
Kate Downie, 'New Day Crossing', oil on canvas

Scottish Gallery: Modern Masters Women

Until 29 Aug Review

Modern Masters Women features twenty female artists spanning a hundred years of painterly creativity, embracing floral studies, seascapes, still life sketches, portraiture, prints, drawings and abstract works.

John Bellany - Sea Offering, watercolour

Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh: John Bellany

Online exhibition Review

Open Eye Gallery presents a welcome online exhibition to reflect John Bellany’s celebration of Scotland through his enduring passion to explore life and work on the edge of the sea.

Charles MacQueen, Evening Marrakesh, watercolour

RSA Edinburgh: RSW 139th Open Exhibition

Until 30 Jan Review

The Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour’s annual showcase of work by artists both well-established and graduate is energetic, experimental, diverse, enriching and exciting.

Sam Shendi 2

RSA Edinburgh: SSA | VAS Open Exhibition

Until 30 Jan Review

The second exhibition partnering the Society of Scottish Artists and Visual Arts Scotland features the work of 150 artists selected from 2,500 entries worldwide.

Rebecca Appleby: Coplanar 3, Mixed Media on Canvas

&Gallery, Edinburgh: Winter Exhibition

Until 21 Dec Review

An inspirational and wide-ranging selection of paintings, drawings, glass and ceramics by twenty-six artists who have previously exhibited at this gallery.

&Gallery I Jeffrey Cortland Jones and Michael Craik

Until March 24

Two artists,  Jeffrey Cortland Jones, from Ohio, USA and Michael Craik based in Fife, Scotland, have been brought together for this innovative exhibition of richly crafted, Abstract paintings which complement each other perfectly.

Dundas Street Gallery I The Juniper Collective

Until March 8

The Juniper Collective is a new group of five women artists who became friends and creative collaborators having met while studying at Edinburgh College of Art and Leith School of Art.

Upright Gallery I Re:Colour Re:Shape

Until March 8

The Upright Gallery overlooking the Meadows at Bruntsfield was founded around a year ago by graphic artist and designer, Ian Farmer, and specialises in a diverse selection of contemporary art.  This tall, narrow, split level townhouse, previously an Antique shop, has two exhibition spaces with open staircases to allow the light to flood in from the high windows.