Art & Craft Collective on the south side of Edinburgh is showcasing the work of 17 year-old Amy McLean.
Maisie & Mac in Cupar is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an exhibition of work by Nichola Martin, Lynsey Ewan, Pat Holland and Ian Ledward.
Tatha Gallery in Newport on Tay’s new exhibition features three artists who each interpret landscape in contrasting styles.
Work by a variety of top-flight artists at St Andrews’ Fraser Gallery is joined by new pieces by esteemed painter Robert Macmillan, known for his meticulous technique.
Scotland’s largest private art gallery is showing an exhibition online of recent acquisitions.
The Fine Art Society Edinburgh, is showing an online exhibition of work over the centuries featuring Scotland’s dramatic, ever-inspiring coastline.
Inspired by her Grandfather, painter and former interior designer Katherine Rae is Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire’s featured artist in April.
In Lochaber on Scotland’s west coast, Resipole Studios is showing new works by painter Andrew Sinclair, alongside works by artists Anna Bussot and Gill Tyson.
The 195th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy will again be available to view entirely online.
Figures & Faces at Gallery Q in Dundee is a new mixed exhibition bringing together 20 painters and sculptors, over half of whom are new to the gallery.
The Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr is hosting Ayr Photographic Society’s annual exhibition online this year.
Kilmarnock’s Gallery 2 provides picture-supply, maintenance and framing services to suit all needs, including exclusive prints and original paintings from local and world-renowned artists.
Howard Flanagan is the new featured artist at the Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh’s Collective has announced its reopening in May with a large tapestry by London-based Glasgow School of Art alumnus Christian Newby.
Magnum photographer Stuart Franklin’s lengthy stay in the remote reaches of Norway yielded a fantastic collection of photography.
Celebrating its fourth anniversary, &Gallery in Edinburgh is presenting a special online exhibition, looking back on some of its past shows and welcoming new works too.
Edinburgh’s Morningside Gallery continues to show a colourful variety of new paintings online, including vigorous new pieces by featured artists Marion Drummond, Jen Collee and Caroline Bailey.
The Glasgow Gallery is showing a vast, varied and colourful exhibition, marking the coming of spring to Scotland.
Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh is setting its sights on reopening towards the end of April with an exhibition by Glasgow-based Kevin Harman. The show is already available online.
Dublin’s The Doorway Gallery continues its weekly Getting to Know… series, focusing on a particular artist on its social media pages.
ARTitude is an exhibition by a group of Edinburgh artists who have been meeting on a monthly basis for about two years.
Online only during lockdown restrictions, Perth’s Frames Gallery is hosting a springtime exhibition of paintings to lift the spirits.
Borders-based watercolourist Ken Ferguson is this month’s featured artist at the Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh.
Emerge at An Talla Solais Gallery in Ullapool is this year’s exhibition of work by students who have attended the Portfolio Course at Bridge House Art.