Glasgow’s The Modern Institute has a new online show on the Vortic virtual gallery app, featuring Michael Wilkinson’s pop culture-inspired examination of power and history.
Online while lockdown restrictions apply, Gallery Heinzel in Aberdeen sees us through the winter with an extensive exhibition of beautiful art, right through to near end of March.
Online with works available to order, Kirkcudbright’s Whitehouse Gallery has a new range of work available for 2021.
Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme of sales continues with Paintings and Works on Paper on 10th March.
Artisan& Art Gallery in Aberfeldy’s Spring Mixed Exhibition features artists Iain McIntyre-Younger and Penny Kennedy.
Lara Scobie is presenting her second solo exhibition with the Scottish Gallery – one of several available to view online.
New works by Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) members created during lockdown, available via the RSA’s viewing rooms.
The Spring Exhibition at Fidra Fine Art in Gullane is now online (until May 23), with a variety of subjects and styles by existing gallery artists and introducing a couple of new faces.
The magic of early cinema returns to Scotland this month with the return as a virtual event of its annual celebration of silent film, Hippfest, promising to be distinctive, eye-opening and enjoyable.
To accompany the prospect of spring, The Line Gallery Linlithgow is showing a new exhibition of mixed work.
Eion Stewart Fine Art’s exhibition Serendipity is available to view on its website.
Review: The Resol String Quartet’s performance on the theme of Prodigies Grow Up, is the second in a series of three Brunton Classical online concerts airing from lunch times in February and March.
UNIONgallery in Edinburgh’s current online exhibition comprises flower studies by award-winning watercolourist Jenny Matthews.
Blandine Anderson’s exhibition at Castle Gallery Inverness is inspired by the wildlife inhabitants on the margins of sea lochs and island shores and memories of places visited on the west coast of Scotland.
Gallery Q Dundee is hosting a new mixed online exhibition with featured artist Erraid Gaskell.
In Lochaber on Scotland’s west coast, Resipole Studios is hosting an eclectic exhibition showcasing its new arrivals.
The world premiere of Eye of The Storm, the major new documentary about Scottish painter James Morrison, is one of the highlights of Glasgow Film Festival.
A new digital exhibition has opened featuring 22 works from the city’s collection of Scottish art, which is housed in the City Art Centre.
The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) has launched its first online exhibition, featuring more than 70 paintings by some of Scotland’s top artists.
A new online exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers showcases five leading contemporary artists, as part of 2021’s International Women’s Day celebrations.
The Fine Art Society Edinburgh is now exhibiting online its Modern exhibition, comprising 20th century Scottish works of art from a variety of master artists.
Edinburgh’s Rafiki Gallery has released a catalogue-exhibition showcasing a selection of first-class printmaking, guest-curated by Hannah and Danielle Rothmann, with 10% of all sales going towards the Trussell Trust.
Currently online-only, Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire will be featuring popular and widely-collected Scottish painter Fiona Sturrock.
Alexander Millar Fine Art is exhibiting a nostalgic collection of Alexander’s paintings and limited-edition prints which can be ordered online.