Review: Specialising in contemporary Scottish artwork and sculpture, Graystone Gallery showcases four artists at its new home in Stockbridge, Edinburgh, who observe natural and urban environments with their own perspectives.
Review: Anna King and Janette Kerr form a contrasting, impressionistic vision of land and sea at Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
Review: The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is hosting an Edinburgh Art Festival exhibition looking at the life and work of Elizabeth Blackadder, whose legacy asserts her eminence as a leading Scottish artist.
Review: Marking the 10th anniversary of the death of the eminent artist John Bellany, a retrospective at Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery colourfully connects the Scottish and Italian worlds he captured in art.
Review: Lindsey Mendick’s exhibition at Jupiter Artland, Sh*tfaced, explores the dichotomy in her relationship with alcohol.
Review: Edinburgh’s Doubtfire Gallery is showing a joint exhibition by five contrasting artists, depicting their personal vision on a theme of flora, fauna and other wild things.
Review: In her exhibition Tidal at &Gallery in Edinburgh, Lorraine Robson transforms the simple shape of seashells into fine sculptural art.
A new book by Duncan Macmillan draws strong links between Scotland’s Enlightenment movement and the beginnings of modern European art.
Review: Combining imagination with research, Morwenna Morrison’s exhibition at Arusha Gallery Edinburgh shows one way that contemporary art can be inspired by classic artistic genres.
Review: Rebecca Collins’ exhibition at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh showcases her instinctive approach to capturing in paint the transformational effect of light on the landscapes near her north-west Highland home.
Elaine Woo Macgregor, a multi award-winning Scottish-Chinese painter, is showcasing her work at April’s Expo Chicago Art Fair, featuring her series of narrative paintings based on the Carlos Ruiz Zafón novel The Shadow of the Wind.
Review: Commemorating the 130th anniversary of the birth of Scottish novelist and nature writer Nan Shepherd, an exhibition of paintings by Rose Strang at the Scottish Poetry Library illustrates the new Folio edition of ‘The Living Mountain.’
Review: A solo exhibition at Detail Framing & Gallery in Tollcross, Edinburgh, The Lake of Images: Surface Tension is by Glasgow-based Rowena Comrie, who paints colourful interpretations of the sublime.
Review: Two contrasting exhibitions, taking in fantasy and the wild Scottish landscape, are currently on show at the Scottish Arts Club, Edinburgh.
Review: ‘Contemporary’, at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is a bold vision of people, places and the natural environment through paintings and sculpture.
Review: The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) has launched its 142nd Annual Open Exhibition at Edinburgh’s Royal Scottish Academy.
Review: Edinburgh’s UNIONGallery is the showcase for the annual artistic collaboration between Scotland and Italy, FabrianoinAcquarello.
Review: Edinburgh College of Art graduate Alan James McLeod has turned his specialist knowledge of textiles to highly-textured and detailed paintings in mixed media, at the city’s Doubtfire Gallery.
Review: Sketching and painting outdoors, mostly in empty, isolated places, nature is at the heart of the work of Winifred Hodge, showing at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh.
Review: Aakash Odedra and Hu Shenyuan’s hypnotic blend of dance, music, song, art and athletic movement brings Indian and Chinese philosophy and culture to Edinburgh International Festival.
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.
Review: Northumberland-based portrait painter Peter Hallam hosts a meeting, or symposium, of colourful and enigmatic characters at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.