The Winter Collection 2021 at Gerber Fine Art and Compass Gallery in Glasgow is a mixed exhibition of 19th to 21st century paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture, including Scottish contemporaries and modern masters.
Re-Connect at the John Gray Centre in Haddington showcases work by artists who received bursaries in from East Lothian Council’s VACMA scheme.
The Winter Exhibition at Edinburgh’s newest art gallery, Colinton Arts, showcases twenty Scottish contemporary artists – and an exclusive surrealist print.
City Contemporary Art in Perth has two shows launching simultaneously for the winter.
‘Reflection’ at Eion Stewart Fine Art in Stonehaven is the gallery’s tenth anniversary exhibition.
Zenwalls Gallery on the High Street in Peebles is hosting its Winter Show 2021, featuring a host of original art and craft.
Gallery Heinzel in Aberdeen is mounting its Winter Exhibition – its largest exhibition of the year, with hundreds of pieces of work by over seventy artists.
The Mixed Winter Exhibition at Aberfeldy Gallery features work by over fifty artists, working in painting, sculpture, textiles, photography, printmaking, pottery and jewellery.
The Winter Exhibition at Burnside Gallery & Frames in Selkirk is a group show featuring every artist who has exhibited this year, joined by a number of guests.
Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay features work by over twenty members of Visual Arts Scotland.
Paint, Pastel & Print at Flat Cat Gallery in Lauder is a mixed exhibition including naturalistic and abstract landscapes.
The Maclaurin Art Gallery in Ayr is hosting an annual exhibition of work by members of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists.
Glasgow’s Modern Institute is showing collected print and poster works by Turner Prize-winning London-based graphic artist Jeremy Deller.
Based in East Lothian, Darren Woodhead’s new solo show Close to Home at the The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club in Aberlady showcases the freshness and energy from painting in nature.
A new mixed exhibition of paintings, ceramics, jewellery and gifts at Archway Gallery in Lochgilphead.
Aberfeldy’s Watermill Gallery is launching its ‘Christmas Show’: Joy comprises a variety of media and a broad price range in a collection that seeks to inspire.
Winter Light at the Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright features new paintings by twenty artists celebrating this time of year.
Featured artist in November at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Johnshaven-based former graphic artist Morag Smith.
The Sproson Art Gallery in St Andrews’ new exhibition, Winter Collection, is a collection of still life and landscapes by an extensive variety of artists.
Following a successful exhibition last year, Borders-based artist Deborah Fallas has joined Edinburgh’s Art & Craft Collective.
Imagined Reality is the title of The Smithy Gallery’s exhibition by Carol Dewart PAI, RSW – a new collection by one of Scotland’s most respected painters.
The Royal Institute of Glasgow Kelly Gallery’s Urban Potentials showcases the creativity and freedom of Glasgow’s urban landscape.
Linlithgow’s Line Gallery is showing its annual postcard exhibition, submitted by over thirty artists and amounting to over 300 works – all no larger than A5.
Resipole Studios Fine Art Gallery in Acharacle, Argyll is hosting two environmentally-themed exhibitions in leading up to the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow.