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.
With outlets on Edinburgh’s George Street and in Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries, the Scottish Design Exchange’s business model allows over 300 artists and designers retain 100 per cent of sales of their work.
Artist Alexander Millar has created four new oil paintings and limited-edition prints based on English sculptor Antony Gormley’s ‘Angel of the North’.
A new gallery has opened in a former bank building in Castle Douglas, Dumfriesshire, featuring art and sculpture alongside all manner of collectible crafts and antiques.
Wood & Wool offers hand-crafted interior design and artefacts from its mill studio in Aberdeenshire, inspired by the imaginative fusion of materials.
The Old Mill at Palnackie in Dumfries and Galloway is home to an exhibition space, bookshop and art studios, with a Spring / Summer programme of courses available for booking.
Alexander Millar Fine Art has relocated to bigger premises in Glasgow’s Princes Square, where the gallery has 200 square metres of exhibition space and a frontage onto Buchanan Street.
Scottish artist Colin Hay’s exhibition The Magic before Dawn is the first showing at Edinburgh’s new BirdsNest Gallery, set up during lockdown in an A-listed Victorian building on the city’s Southside.
This year celebrating its 40th anniversary, Colinton Arts in Edinburgh’s historic Colinton Village has been extensively renovated and is reopening as a dedicated gallery with a framing and artwork restoration service.
On show for the first time at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, leading Scottish contemporary painter Alison Watt’s response to celebrated 18th-century portrait artist Allan Ramsay.
Perth’s new art gallery specialises in ‘the very best of British contemporary art’, with an inaugural summer show.
A contemporary and applied arts exhibition space in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End, Gallery TEN has reopened.
Dundee’s Dock Street Studios Gallery has announced it will be open from 6th May.
Leith School of Art has launched its Resilience Fund – a special appeal for donations to allow the School to continue its valuable work.
New exhibition space Zenwalls Gallery in Peebles in the Borders is a showcase for Allan Wright’s photography, and shows contemporary art by a wide range of artists.
Burnside gallery & frames is to open in the Borders town of Selkirk at the end of April 2021.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Castle Gallery in Inverness continues to show a wide and eclectic range of fine and applied art from established and emerging artists.
The Flat Cat Gallery, in Lauder in the Scottish Borders, is continuing its rolling exhibition of work by artists and craftspeople working in a variety of media, and includes a number of new works.
Alison Watt Spearheads International Women’s Week Online at National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh
As part of International Women’s Week 2021, National Galleries of Scotland’s website is featuring the work of highly-regarded Greenock-born artist Alison Watt.
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.
Marchmont House has launched the first of five month-long residencies in association with Borders Art Fair, with painter Claire Beattie to be the first to take up residence in the house’s new Tower Studio.
A new coffee shop and gallery space in Glasgow’s west end offers great flexibility and potential.
21 Nov – 22 Dec
White Fox Gallery in Coldstream is celebrating its seventh birthday with the launch of a new exhibition.
Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery has announced its plans for reopening next spring, with a projected date of 21st April. The opening exhibition will be by Turner Prize-nominated Glasgow artist Karla Black.