The Fine Art Society Edinburgh is now exhibiting online the powerful abstracts of John McLean, and a show of printmaking from the last century.
Gallery Q Dundee’s featured artist is established Dundee artist Jonathan Hood.
Currently undergoing a major redevelopment, Paisley Museum holds the largest single collection of works by artist and Robert Burns enthusiast James Elder Christie, including an oil painting of a scene from Tam O’Shanter and many illustrations of Burns’ poetry.
Picturesque Fife and historic Glasgow buildings feature in John Wetten Brown’s new virtual exhibition at Irvine’s Harbour Arts Centre.
Works submitted for a competition by amateur and professional artists have been selected a new exhibition based on people’s experiences of the Covid-19 lockdown, will be on show at the new home of the Great Tapestry of Scotland in Galashiels later this year.
The Sproson Art Gallery in St Andrews, Fife’s Scottish Winter Collection comprises work from a wide range of accomplished artists, including Edinburgh-based Elena Guillaumin.
Peebles-based Moy Mackay Gallery’s new exhibition showcases work by Allison Young, Moy Mackay and Stephanie Pijper.
Currently closed to visitors, Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery is showing its first exhibition of 2021 online, showcasing the unique art collection of a couple who worked hard to support Scottish art.
Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh’s new immersive audio-digital venture, Sound Stage, is a collaborative venture featuring new plays from eight of the best writers in British theatre.
Currently online-only, Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire is featuring Aberdeen-born landscape painter Morag Stevenson throughout January.
Dandelion Designs – an art gallery in Waternish on Skye – showcases a collection of Cathy, Liz and Pat Myhill’s own original mixed-media artwork traditional printmaking, photographs, handmade cards, candles and jewellery, which can be ordered for delivery via its website.
Scotland’s largest private art gallery is showing an exhibition online of recent acquisitions.
The University of Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery has announced its 2021 programme, beginning at the end of January with ‘The Normal’, bringing together artists from around the world ‘attuned to this singular moment in history’.