Review: The Vikings really did know a thing about bling: a new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland showcases an extraordinary cache of ancient treasure, discovered in 2014.
Aberfeldy Gallery in Perthshire is presenting an exhibition of work by Deborah Phillips – a painter whose compositional style and colours and textures are highly recognisable.
Land and seascapes by accomplished Scottish painter Rona Hyslop comprise the launch exhibition of a new gallery in Fife.
Featured artist in June at Larks Gallery in Ballater is Sandra Dickie. Edinburgh-based Sandra is inspired by the colour, light and landscape of her native Scottish Borders.
The Archway Gallery in Lochgilphead’s first post-lockdown exhibition is A Winter’s Work, by award-winning Argyll artist Caroline Hunter.
Kirkcudbright Galleries’ summer exhibition ‘The Glasgow Girls and Boys’ features the work of the group of painters who altered the direction of Scottish art away from Victorian sentimentality.
International gallery Hauser & Wirth is showing the inaugural exhibition of Guyana-born Anglo-American painter Sir Frank Bowling – simultaneously staged in the gallery’s London and New York spaces, reflecting a vigorous career maintained on both sides of the Atlantic.
Review: An inclusive exhibition and events space and coffee house, The Alchemy Experiment is open and hosting art exhibitions, providing a platform for artists and creatives to exhibit their work.
The Paisley Art Institute Scottish Drawing Competition will be shown in a new town-centre gallery, artspace37, in the Piazza Shopping Centre, from 4th June.
Review: Two of Scotland’s most accomplished landscape artists, Sarah Anderson and Gill Knight, look at land and sea from shared, and contrasting, perspectives at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
An imaginative flight to 1960’s Africa is possible in the exhibition ‘Dar to Dunoon’, currently on show at Dunoon Burgh Hall, Argyll, showing works that have resided in rural Scotland for several decades.
Allan McNally Fine Art’s exhibition in Colmonell, South Ayrshire sees artist/owner Allan McNally joined by the multiple award-winning oil painter Ellis O’Connor.
Review: Joan Eardley & Catterline marks the re-opening of Modern One at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. It also celebrates the centenary year of one of Scotland’s favourite 20th Century artists, Joan Eardley
Review: An exhibition at London’s V&A looks at how Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ critiques (and copes) with the Victorians’ changing cultural, political, and industrial context.
In Lochaber on Scotland’s west coast, Resipole Studios is showing new works by painter Helen Glassford, inspired by travels to some of the country’s remote locations.
‘John Johnstone: 60 Years of Painting’ at Gallery Q in Dundee features the latest paintings and etchings by one of Scotland’s leading figurative artists.
Edinburgh’s City Art Centre has reopened, with five displays: Charles H Mackie: Colour and Light is showing alongside exhibitions showcasing Scottish Art in the 1920s, craftsman Ian Hamilton Finlay, and painters Donald Smith and Joan Eardley.
The spring exhibition at the new Zenwalls Gallery in Peebles is a showcase for photography and contemporary art by a wide range of artists.
Dar to Dunoon at Dunoon Burgh Hall features twelve works of modern art from East and Southern Africa from the Argyll Collection.
The Summer Exhibition at Fidra Fine Art in Gullane combines established gallery artists with some new faces.
The next Affordable Art Auction at Browns ASR Auctions in Jedburgh should make up for some of the exhibiting and selling opportunities artists have lost due to the pandemic.
Textures Entwined at Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay features richly-coloured work by two artists linked in life, art, and international inspiration.
Wood engraving, linocut, lithography and woodcut are among the media featured in the work of St Jude’s print artists, with a strong connection to the Scottish Gallery.
Adriana Ezyaguirre: Journey in Colour at Goldfinch Gallery in Comrie, Perthshire shows off the Chilean artist’s love of bold, flamboyant colours in her depictions of birds and nature.