Until Dec 22
Scottish artist Alexander Millar, famous for his depictions of blue collar workers, or “gadgies,” in post-industrial landscapes, is showing a new collection alongside retrospective work in Unit 40, Level 1 of Glasgow’s Princes Square.
Until Dec 23
The Scope Collective sets about experimenting with what it means to be a digital artist by creating works which blur the lines between what is considered digital art and fine art.
Until Dec 29
This year celebrating its 15th anniversary, Country Frames Gallery in Leslie is presenting Fifteen, a mixed exhibition featuring 15 artists with a range of work including paintings, prints, ceramics, stained glass, sculptures, textiles and wood.
Dec 15 – Mar 10
The popular BP Portrait Award returns to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, showcasing around 50 outstanding entries, including all the prizewinners.
Until Dec 31
Francis Boag: Blue Remembered Hills at Fraser Gallery in St Andrews celebrates the Dundee-born artist’s 70th year.
Until Jan 13 2019 Review
This immersive exhibition by Elmgreen & Dragset will take you on a contemplative adventure exploring our society’s collective consciousness.
Until Jan 21
Combining her love of textiles and colour and drawing inspiration from her surroundings in the beautiful Tweed Valley, Moy Mackay uses Merino wool fibres in the same way a painter uses brushstrokes, each vibrant piece achieving a depth of warmth and texture.
Until Jan 2019
The exhibition celebrates the work of two great Glasgow polymaths, John Byrne and Alasdair Gray.
Until Jan 6
The new exhibition at Kirkcudbright Galleries celebrates the work of three Scottish artists who influenced creativity through their art and teaching.
Until Dec 23
Focusing on those who are often overlooked in society, Byrne’s “rogues” are brought into central view, reflecting his
own view of himself as an outsider.