Frames Gallery in Perth’s featured artist throughout May is Philip Edwards, in an exhibition titled ‘Out of the Cloud’.
Catch up on all the latest exhibition news across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
‘Another Time, Another Place’ comprises a dialogue between artist and poet in twelve paintings by artist Victoria Crowe, and twelve poems by Christine De Luca.
The University of Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery is presenting ‘a vivid reflection of life during the pandemic’ in The Normal.
Now reopened, Edinburgh’s Morningside Gallery continues to collect new paintings to show the world.
Edinburgh Art Shop’s doors are open again to serve artists and the art community, offering supplies for all art-related needs.
Eduardo Alessandro Studios is hosting a new exhibition marking its reopening, featuring the work of many highly-renowned UK artists.
K-Foundation artist Jimmy Cauty’s new dystopian model village shipping-container installation, ESTATE, is to arrive in North Edinburgh for a month-long residency.
San Francisco-based Letterform Archive has teamed up with New York’s Swann Galleries to mount a major online sale of type-related graphics, books and posters.
A contemporary and applied arts exhibition space in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End, Gallery TEN has reopened.
Featured artist in May at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Carol Dewart, whose paintings are characterised by texture, pattern and light.
Iona Leishman’s work at The Line Gallery in Linlithgow is inspired by her experience as Historic Environment Scotland’s first artist in residence.
As part of a new exhibition and film project, a group representing seven generations of Scottish artists have created artworks in an imaginative and personal response to life under lockdown.
Alexander Millar Fine Art is exhibiting a nostalgic collection of Alexander’s paintings and limited-edition prints which can be ordered online.
Edinburgh’s The Nomads Tent is quite unique in the city, describing itself as ‘a warehouse of tribal art’.
Having reopened on 26th April, The Flat Cat Gallery, in Lauder in the Scottish Borders, is continuing its rolling exhibition, and a new exhibition of works by the popular Winifred Hodge.
Re-opened on 26th April, Perth’s Frames Gallery has an exhibition of paintings by 25 of the Gallery’s artists.
Burnside gallery and frames is opening 27th April and an exhibition, ‘Walks in the Borders’, by John Onslow and Charly Murray will launch on 4th May.
Dundee’s Dock Street Studios Gallery has announced it will be open from 6th May.
Now available to view in the gallery, as well as on its website, Eion Stewart Fine Art’s exhibition Serendipity – ‘the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way’.
The Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr reopened its doors on Monday 26th April with the resumption of two exhibitions.
Clience Studio combines a welcoming gallery and the studio of Angela Lawrence, displaying several new original seascape and landscape paintings.
The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club is celebrating its reopening with a joint exhibition by three UK artists inspired by close observation of animals in the wild.
A new exhibition at Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll will show a number of works by Manchester artist Antony Clarkson.
Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop! at Dovecot Studios is the first major retrospective to focus on the Edinburgh-born master weaver who began his 60-year career as an apprentice at Dovecot, becoming its Artistic Director.