Art News

Winter Exhibition I Glasgow Art Club

Until December 22

As part of the celebrations to mark 150 years of the Glasgow Art Club, five prestigious guest artists were invited to contribute works to the annual Winter Exhibition alongside paintings, prints and sculptures by Artist Members. [more]

Koestler Scotland Exhibition I Tramway Glasgow

Until December 22

The Koestler Scotland Exhibition at the Tramway features artwork, writing and music from prisons, secure hospitals, secure children’s homes, immigration detention centres and community justice services across Scotland. [more]

John Byrne RSA I Fine Art Society

Until December 23

Bringing together elements of the Teddy Boy subculture, music and black urban America, Rock ‘n’ Roll at the Fine Art Society is a selling exhibition of works by John Byrne RSA. [more]

Darren Woodhead I Scottish Ornithologists’ Club

Until January 10

Darren Woodhead’s new collection of watercolours at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club HQ in Aberlady is mostly inspired by the East Lothian landscape and its natural history, but also by recent trips to Norway to paint Scandinavian owls. [more]

Winter Exhibition I E.D.S Gallery

Until January 20

The E.D.S. Gallery in Edinburgh represents a wide selection of practising fine artists  from across the UK. Many of them are brand new to the Edinburgh scene, while others are well known local names. [more]

Various exhibitions I Gracefield Arts Centre

Until January 6

At Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries it’s all about ceramics, with a major touring exhibition, Containing Time (Gallery 2) by Jane Perryman, and From Clay for Christmas in the Craft Shop, featuring practical and decorative pottery from invited UK makers. Last but not least, William Neal with One More Time is also showing in Gallery 1. [more]

Drawn from Life: People on Paper I The Granary

Until January 7

Drawn from Life: People on Paper at The Granary in Berwick-upon-Tweed is an Arts Council Collection touring exhibition which brings together over a century of British drawings by some of the country’s most celebrated artists. [more]

Winter Warmth I The Park Gallery

Until January 14

This year’s Winter Warmth exhibition at the Park Gallery in Callendar House, Falkirk focuses on print, with work by over 20 artists from Scotland and the UK. [more]

Christmas Exhibition I Aberfeldy Gallery

Until January 2

Aberfeldy Gallery is a bright and welcoming space in the heart of Perthshire with a beautiful range of contemporary work, including paintings, photographs, hand-made prints, textile art, pottery, glass, woodwork, jewellery and sculpture. [more]

Box of Delights I Frames Gallery

Until February 27

The annual Winter Exhibition at Frames Gallery in Perth is Box of Delights, a veritable delight of Scottish contemporary art and craft, including paintings, printmaking, sculpture, glasswork, jewellery, ceramics and woodwork. [more]

‘Tis the Season I Artisanand

Until January 8

‘This the Season is on until the New Year, during this festive period there are going to be some additional pieces being brought in to augment the exhibition. [more]

Winter Mixed Exhibition I White Fox Gallery

Until December 22

Showcasing the best in contemporary fine art, design and crafts by mainly locally based artists, the White Fox Gallery in Coldstream has a wide selection of styles, from representational to abstract. [more]

Mixed Winter Art Show I Junction Arts

Until February 10

The Mixed Winter Show at Junction Arts in Aberdeen is a great opportunity to choose from a wide selection of artwork, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, prints, homeware and greeting cards by UK artists and designers, all at affordable prices. [more]

The Glasgow Gallery I ”Jolomo” Morrison

Taking over the Bath Street premises which for many years were home to John Green Fine Art, the Glasgow Gallery opened in late November managed by Simon Morrison, son of John Lowrie “Jolomo” Morrison, one of Scotland’s most popular contemporary artists. [more]



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