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Catch up on all the latest exhibition news across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
Postcards from the Edge (of Recovery) at Art & Craft Collective in Edinburgh features work by a number of ‘Collectivists’ on the theme of a summer afternoon.
The Summer Selection at Gallery Q in Dundee is an eclectic mix of paintings and prints by fifteen gallery artists, joined by gallery newcomer Theo Crutchley-Mack.
The Summer Show at City Contemporary Art in Perth is a mixed exhibition featuring new paintings by both established and emerging artists.
Ruby Flowers: Flowers at the Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock features a selection of floral studies by the Glasgow-based florist.
Zanna Wilson: Call to the West at the Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy features over sixty new landscapes of December skies, low horizons and winter moons, from weeks spent on Mull and Tiree.
One of the biggest regional events of its kind in the UK, the Pittenweem Arts Festival is back with over a hundred artists and makers from across Britain showing in almost eighty venues.
Portobello’s Velvet Easel Gallery is continuing to show an eclectic range of art by local, Scottish and international artists, with a new exhibition for the summer.
Featured artist for July at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Mary Welfare, whose semi-abstract landscapes are influenced by the landscape of the Howe of Cromar in Aberdeenshire and beyond.
An exhibition at the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed celebrates the life of an art patron who contributed to the development of modern British art in the early 1930s.
Colinton Arts in Edinburgh is showing an exhibition by two artists whose distinct work speaks to our different senses.
The Summer Exhibition at Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright is a vibrant mix of work in a range of media.
Diane Hand: The Nature of the Horse at Edinburgh Palette showcases her skills in equestrian drawing and painting, informed by her long-time close experience of those magnificent animals.
Wildlife and poetry come together twice over at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club (SOC) in Aberlady: Carry Akroyd’s hand-drawn lithographs incorporating extracts from poems by John Clare, and wood engravings displayed alongside the poems they illustrate.
Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay is arrayed in summer colours, with its exhibition An Ode to Summer featuring six invited artists.
&Gallery in Edinburgh hosts its fourth solo exhibition by Scottish artist Anna Somerville, lately working in a variety of materials, alongside Anke Roder, who is showcasing her encaustic hot-wax technique.
Aberfeldy Gallery has a solo show by the Scottish artist John Bathgate with over thirty paintings inspired by the landscape around his studio near Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye.
Cat McIntyre: Wish You Were Here at the Alchemy Experiment in Glasgow features contemporary textiles as a form of escapism to convey a need for imagination and distraction from our everyday surroundings.
John Byrne: Ceci n’est pas une rétrospective at the Fine Art Society in Edinburgh underscores his own assessment of himself as an ‘oddball’.
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.
The Dumfries & Galloway Fine Arts Society Annual Exhibition at Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries showcases work celebrating the centenary year of one of Scotland’s longest-established, artist-led organisations.
With its exhibition All Summer Long, Fidra Fine Art in Gullane, East Lothian, is departing from its customary themed displays in favour of showcasing a host of gallery favourites with painting, printmaking and ceramics.
Housed in the renovated former laundry building for Brodick Castle on the Isle of Arran, Saltwater Gallery is celebrating its first year in business with a wide selection of works, many of them inspired by the sea and coastal life.
An exhibition and discussion series at Edinburgh’s Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture (RSA) features recent work from eight artists supported by the Society’s Residencies for Scotland programme, and 2019’s winner of the Morton prize, Daniel Cook.