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.
Online until Covid restrictions are lifted, Edinburgh’s RSA has two exhibitions showing concurrently: Latitudes features recent award-winners, and Rare Prints and Monotypes showcases current and past Academy Members.
Edinburgh’s Upright Gallery is to host more online artist talks on Friday evenings, with Emma-Louise Grady first up on 22 Jan.
Eduardo Alessandro Studios is hosting its Winter Sale online, with special offers making quality art more affordable.
Currently online-only, Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire is featuring Aberdeen-born landscape painter Morag Stevenson throughout January.
Dublin’s The Doorway Gallery is showing an enormous variety of top-quality artwork on its website for viewing and purchase.
Dandelion Designs – an art gallery in Waternish on Skye – showcases a collection of Cathy, Liz and Pat Myhill’s own original mixed-media artwork traditional printmaking, photographs, handmade cards, candles and jewellery, which can be ordered for delivery via its website.
Scotland’s largest private art gallery is showing an exhibition online of recent acquisitions.
Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery’s first show of 2021 is Fee Dickson’s first solo exhibition.
The University of Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery has announced its 2021 programme, beginning at the end of January with ‘The Normal’, bringing together artists from around the world ‘attuned to this singular moment in history’.
In a celebration of the scope of contemporary art in Scotland, Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery is showing its On a Small Scale annual festive exhibition online, one of several exhibitions available to view on its website.
Continuing into 2021, Compass Gallery Glasgow’s online Christmas Show combines younger, unknown artists with more prominent, established artists, making the variety on show as great as ever.
Edinburgh-based UNIONGallery has a large variety of artists’ works available to view and purchase online.
The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI)’s current online exhibition is a colourful showcase of works from a host of member artists, inspired by Josef Albers’ publication ‘Interaction of Colour’.
Edinburgh’s Gallery TEN has a great deal of engaging, high-quality artwork on its exhibition and shop site.
J M W Turner’s exquisite watercolours, and his connections with Scotland, are explored online on the National Galleries of Scotland’s website.
Open by appointment, Kirkcudbright’s High St. Gallery is showcasing a changing selection of Scottish contemporary art, fine art, antiques and collectables.
Review: Lee Robertson’s online show is an inspired and affectionate depiction of her native cityscape.
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The Scottish Gallery heads towards Christmas with a range of work across five exhibitions.
The Glasgow Gallery’s current exhibition features Madeleine Hand and Lex McFadyen, who have a long career of exhibiting together.
The Archway Gallery is hosting its winter exhibition, featuring a wide range of local artists.
The winners of this year’s two Scottish Portrait Awards prizes, announced recently, are part of a new online exhibition of nominated works, and exhibitions in Glasgow and Banff in 2021.
Art & Craft Collective on the south side of Edinburgh showcases the work of over sixty artists and crafters.