Review: Liz Lochhead’s bold, brave and blackly humorous adaptation of the timeless Greek tragedy as a 21st century feminist morality play.
Review: Duncan Shanks finds inspiration in the constant energy of the river which flows past his house and garden, the lapping water an ever-present soundtrack.
Review: At Edinburgh’s UNIONgallery, a ‘duet’ of two painters – Hazel Cashmore and Ian Rawnsley – captures the wild beauty of the Scottish landscape and coastline.
The exhibitions Open Eye at 40 and John Bellany 1942-2013 celebrate the Open Eye Gallery’s 40th anniversary in what would have been Bellany’s 80th year.
Review: Northumberland-based portrait painter Peter Hallam hosts a meeting, or symposium, of colourful and enigmatic characters at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.
Review: A fascinating, nostalgic private collection of portraits and landscapes at Harvey & Woodd, Edinburgh, celebrates two distinctive artistic journeys, capturing the creative spirit of the age.
Review: Edinburgh’s Scottish Gallery is mounting a celebration during June of artist James Morrison, one of Britain’s finest landscape painters and one of the Gallery’s longest-serving exhibiting artists.
Review: Edinburgh College of Art is welcoming visitors to its annual showcase of work by graduating students, with a return of a full in-person exhibition in the Main Building on Lauriston Campus.
Review: Colinton Arts in Edinburgh is showing an exhibition by two painters with the ability to transport the viewer to faraway places.
Review: Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery is featuring Rory Macdonald’s uniquely surreal 21st-century take on the Old Master style of painting.
Review: A dynamic showcase of modern Impressionist portraits by Ruaridh Crighton, Craig Jefferson & Anna Davies at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.
Review: Edinburgh’s Fine Art Society is showing Peter de Francia’s vibrant, dynamic compositions.
Hyper-realistic Portraits Full of Beauty and Grace: Samuel Owusu Achiaw at Scottish Arts Club Edinburgh
Review: Edinburgh’s Scottish Arts Club is hosting an exhibition of portraits by Scottish-based Ghanaian artist Samuel Owusu Achiaw that are near-photographic in their realism.
Review: Colinton Arts is hosting The Light Surrounding Us – a solo exhibition of work by Edinburgh-based painter Gill Knight.
Review: Entering its 180th anniversary year, The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is mounting an exhibition by Cornish painter Geoff Uglow, plus work by a host of eminent modern Scottish painters.
Review: Classic and modern views of Edinburgh, as expressed in paintings, photography and poetry at the Open Eye Gallery.
Review: The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art unveils a world-class collection of artwork in ‘New Arrivals: from Salvador Dalí to Jenny Saville’.
Review: The Winter Exhibition at the Heriot Gallery is a masterly wonderland of artwork in cosy, nostalgic mood.
Review: Scottish Ballet brings sparkling joy and magic in ‘The Nutcracker,’ a delicious festive treat for all ages.
Review: Sarah Knox’s Lost Worlds exhibition at Dawyck Botanic Garden is a tranquil journey around Scottish gardens, glens, islands and the seashore with illuminating, poetic vision.
Review: Heriot Gallery in Edinburgh showcases the human form in art from the style of the Old Masters, to Photorealism.
A Delicate Vision of Fragrant Roses and Femininity: Alison Watt at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Review: On show for the first time at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, leading Scottish contemporary painter Alison Watt’s response to celebrated 18th-century portrait artist Allan Ramsay.
Review: Cool, contemporary Op Art with painterly playfulness and jazzy rhythm at Edinburgh’s Upright Gallery.
Review: Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery presents ‘a fragrant and blossoming bouquet of artwork’.