David Dale Gallery in Glasgow is launching a studio residency for two artists, in the Gallery, for three months from November 2021.
Edinburgh’s The Scottish Gallery is set to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Samuel John Peploe with a major exhibition of his paintings and drawings, curated by his grandson, Guy Peploe.
The Modern Institute in Glasgow has two exhibitions available to view in-person or via its Viewing Rooms, with Martin Boyce and Victoria Morton both showing for the sixth time.
The Barn Gallery at the Bield at Blackruthven Christian centre is hosting an exhibition by painter Erica Robb.
Roger Billcliffe Gallery in Glasgow is hosting an exhibition of Duncan Shanks’ work, recording his explorations of the hills of South Lanarkshire.
Characterised by their bold colour palettes, American artist Jen Wink Hays’ paintings are set to be shown at Edinburgh’s Arusha Gallery in October.
Ink at Burnside Gallery & Frames in Selkirk features two top Scottish illustrators – James Hutcheson and David Faithfull.
Accomplished printmaker Sheila Roberts is exhibiting her prints at Goldfinch Gallery, Comrie, in Perthshire.
Gallery Q Dundee is mounting an exhibition of new work by popular Stirlingshire artist Marion Drummond PAI, along with a mixed exhibition of paintings by gallery artists.
The mixed Autumn Exhibition at the Flat Cat Gallery in Lauder features new work by both gallery favourites and newcomers.
In his bi-annual solo exhibition at the Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh, John Lowrie Morrison OBE, better known to his many fans as Jolomo, presents new paintings of the Scottish west coast.
Tones on Softer Lines at the Line Gallery in Linlithgow showcases photographs by Siljes Elisabet Thorin and paintings by Don Strauss.
Glasgow’s longest-established contemporary art gallery, Compass Gallery, is hosting an exhibition by artist Anna H. Geerdes, looking at the disturbing theme of national borders.
Milton Art Gallery in Banchory, Aberdeenshire, is presenting The Big Cat Show – its new exhibition of work by Gordon Corrins.
Aberdeen’s Gallery Heinzel is staging a new exhibition of more than forty-five original artworks from three Scottish artists new to the Gallery: Susan Macintosh, Victoria Wylie and Stephen Redpath.
Review: Cool, contemporary Op Art with painterly playfulness and jazzy rhythm at Edinburgh’s Upright Gallery.
This year’s Cowal Open Studios features painters, glass artists, ceramicists, sculptors, photographers, jewellers, textile artists and woodworkers who make up a richly-varied cultural community inspired by the beautiful Cowal peninsula.
Collective in Edinburgh is presenting Acts of Observation, a group show of film, interactive installation, writing and architectural interventions by artists and writers.
In her first solo show, painter Julianne Barclay is showing her work at The Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy.
Incoming: New Acquisitions at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre features a selection of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture acquired over the last ten years.
Archway Gallery in Lochgilphead is launching a mixed exhibition for autumn.
Leith School of Art’s Weekend Workshops, beginning in October, are available for booking.
Artist Kate Bentley’s 19-month residency experimenting at Brantwood – the house where 19th-century writer and reformer John Ruskin had his home – resulted in works of great beauty.
Review: Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery presents ‘a fragrant and blossoming bouquet of artwork’.