The Harbour Cottage Gallery in Kirkcudbright’s new exhibition features work by a member of a famous 20th-century group of artists and designers, and her daughter, known for her Galloway and Arran landscapes.
Sproson Gallery’s latest exhibition showcases the work of a wide variety of artists, each offering their own reflections on Scotland’s natural beauty.
Students graduating from the Glasgow School of Art-taught Masters programme in Fine Art return to Garnethill this summer with a public exhibition.
Curated by Scottish artist, writer and broadcaster Lachlan Goudie, Centennial: Art from the Gracefield Collection at the Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries features key styles, movements and artists over the last century.
Taking the striking landscape of Caithness as her starting point, Helen Moore: While I Was Waiting at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh explores human impacts on rural space.
The Late Summer exhibition at Zenwalls Gallery in Peebles features work by fifteen artists.
To mark the gallery’s 25th anniversary, Eion Stewart Fine Art in Stonehaven has Beth Robertson Fiddes: Storm & Still – its first solo show in five years with the accomplished landscape and seascape artist.
Featured artist in August at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Aberdeenshire-based Paul Ritchie, whose mixed media paintings incorporate a combination of unconventional techniques to evoke a highly-charged atmosphere.
There are two exhibitions to enjoy at the Scottish Arts Club in Edinburgh, with paintings by Judith Bell and collage by Alfons Bytautas.
Rosanne Barr at Aberfeldy Gallery is a solo show by one of Scotland’s most prominent landscape artists.
Jenny Matthews & Ann Oram RSW: In the Company of Flowers at UNIONGallery in Edinburgh is the two artists’ first joint exhibition.
In the centenary year of the first appearance in print of Hugh MacDiarmid, The Line Gallery in Linlithgow explores the work and life of the great Scottish 20th-century poet and political pioneer.
Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s Festival programme includes a dynamic line-up of works by some of the most important, established names in contemporary and post-war art.
Martin Churchill: Urban Landscape at the Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock includes large-scale paintings of architectural subjects displayed together here for the first time.
Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh is presenting the work of Lorna Roberston, whose images are unusually detailed and intense for such large works.
As Edinburgh enters its Festival season, neighbouring Musselburgh’s Brunton Theatre has nineteen shows as part of its Brunton Fringe Festival and Summer Programme.
Looking at the failures of social housing, Tessa Lynch: Houses Fit For People at Edinburgh Printmakers features a new installation promoting alternative building techniques based on play and the natural world.
Part of this year’s ‘It’s BRAW!’, Rattray & Blairgowrie’s Rattray Arts Festival will offer hundreds of original paintings, and selected craft.
Artisan& in Aberfeldy features two local artists whose depictions of landscapes capture Perthshire in all its glory, with the River Tay a favourite subject.
Edinburgh’s annual West End Fair makes a welcome return to the leafy grounds of St John’s Church on Edinburgh’s Princes Street.
Alan B Hayman’s exhibition at Resipole Studios showcases the work of a much-revered Scottish wildlife and landscape artist.
Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh is mounting its annual Festival Exhibition.
Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery is hosting the first survey exhibition by Céline Condorelli – a London-based, internationally-exhibited artist who creates site-responsive installations, all of them related to art, architecture, design and friendship, and reflecting transformation.
Goldfinch Gallery in Comrie, Perthshire, is mounting an exhibition celebrating its local area and Strathearn region, with the focus on artists Margaret Evans and Tony Allain.