Until May 25
Cample Line’s programme this spring brings together a wide range of stories about people and the objects, things and goods that define their lives, places, occupations, identities or legacies.
May 4 – June 15
The Whitehouse Gallery is hosting an exhibition exploring ‘A Sense of Place’ and what it means to the artists, with a range of landscape, still life and portraiture work.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Perth, Glasgow, Edinburgh: Antonio Carlos Jobim & Thomas “Fats” Waller: New Waves
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra celebrates the music of two legendary names in 20th century music, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Thomas “Fats” Waller, in New Waves.
Until May 12
Following the success of last year’s Glasgow Boys exhibition, A Brush with Colour at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries features over 40 paintings by the group of 20th century artists known as the Edinburgh School.
Until May 4
Crowe’s portraiture records more than a sitter’s outward appearance, documenting through symbols the subject’s experiences, preoccupations, ideas and dreams.
Apr 26 – May 28
Gordon Mitchell returns to the Roger Billcliffe Gallery with an absolutely stunning collection of 37 new paintings shown in the exhibition Passing Fancies.
Apr 27 – June 1
Anna’s paintings are fragile yet powerful depictions of tough, raw scenes on the brink of disappearing. Lindsey focuses our attention on familiar scenes from urban life.
Until May 5
Over recent years, Robert MacMillan has developed a reputation as one of Scotland’s foremost figurative painters, reconciling traditional working methods with experimentation.
April 20 – May 20
The artist Tom Barron takes inspiration from the Scottish islands and shores to create his dynamic paintings.
April 28 – June 30
The first exhibition of 2019 at White Fox Gallery is a double one, showing photographs by Stephen Whitehorne and 2D and 3D works by Gallery’s favourite artists.
Apr 20 & 21
The Annual Exhibition and Sale at Drymen Art Club showcases new talent every year and 2019 is no exception.
Apr 23 – June 15
The newest exhibition at the Leith School of Art’s Corridor Gallery presents works by the renowned artist Philip Archer.
Until May 22
A joint exhibition by Kittie Jones and Jane Smith, Coast to Coast at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club in Aberlady illustrates the artists’ shared interest in wildlife from their respective viewpoints on the east and west coasts of Scotland.
Until July 7
The exhibition Mirage showing new work by Ade Adesina is a commentary on current affairs and how the human footprint affects our planet.