At The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle, Marissa Weatherhead’s collection of still-life paintings, inspired by the Spanish coast, explores the notion of the table as a tool for artist and viewer.
An exhibition in Roger Billcliffe Gallery’s Grand Hall brings together a select group of paintings depicting a slightly different aspect of the sea.
‘Life-bestowing cadaverous soooooooooooooooooooot’ displays Scotland’s Rae-Yen Song’s work as artist and researcher, exploring the interplay between life and death.
In his exhibition of new sculpture and painted works at City Contemporary Art, Perth, Mark Youd explores the possibilities of portraiture.
Showing at The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scottish artist Philip Braham’s paintings and photographs recall the Northern Romantic tradition
An exhibition at Edinburgh’s Dundas St Gallery brings together six diverse women artists celebrating the growth of developing their own unique artistic voices through art, and a love of the natural environment.
An exhibition of the work of Mary Armour at Roger Billcliffe Gallery Glasgow displays one of the most noted pioneering female artists of her generation.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh showcases the prestigious photography event, which has been a global platform for photographers around the world for nearly 60 years.
Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright’s first mixed group show of the year will include more collections than usual, with new work filling both of its floors.
Now showing at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, the Bird Photographer of the Year exhibition showcases the best bird images captured by professional and amateur photographers around the world.
Keyline at Glasgow Print Studio showcases a wide range of techniques in contemporary screenprinting by invited artists, exploring themes of personal histories, portraits and identity.
In her exhibition at the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumbrian artist Matilda Bevan draws on the work of Thomas Hennell who travelled the British countryside documenting rural life in the 1930s.
Cornelia Parker’s One Day This Glass Will Break at Kilmarnock’s Dick Institute explores her fascination with the physical properties of objects, materials and their histories.
Lorna Crawford is showing her work at Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire, during February.
Paisley’s Big Art Show is inviting entries for the biggest visual art exhibition the town has yet staged.
Evoke/Provoke at Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay is a showcase of the best in abstract art and ceramics.
The pictures in The Fine Art Society’s current exhibition in Edinburgh illustrate the country’s landscape, culture and daily life.
Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery is showing Daniel Campbell’s bold, colourful paintings.
Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries is showing a non-selling exhibition following the path of two Ayrshire artists who met in the 1970s and became life-long friends.
Aberdeen Art Gallery is showing a selection of William Gillies’ oil and watercolour paintings, including rolling countryside, trees and coastal scenes.
‘Land and Sea’ at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery features regular Gallery artists, and introduces artist Jacqui Bassett.
Showing at Burnside Gallery & Frames in Selkirk, is a group show by artists who have exhibited at the gallery before and are returning with fresh ideas, in a wide range of media.
Edinburgh exhibition space Graystone Gallery is mounting a new solo exhibition by Aberdeen-based artist Clive Ramage, known for his atmospheric coastal views.
The Spring Exhibition at The Velvet Easel Gallery in Portobello features new work by a group of the Gallery’s regular artists, and artists new to the Gallery.