Until 30 Dec
Edinburgh’s Arusha Gallery is hosting a large number of engagingly thought-provoking works in a diverse range of artists’ exhibitions through December.
Continuing his long association with the Fraser Gallery in St Andrews, popular Fife-based painter Jack Morrocco showcases his colourful and vigorous new work, through Christmas.
From 31 Oct
A development corporation in London has revealed the winning entry of its Annual Art Commission – ‘The Park Royals’ by visual artist and Faisal Abdu’Allah is on display at Brent Civic Centre.
Until 15 March Review
The City Art Centre brings Edinburgh artist Mary Cameron (1865-1921) back into the spotlight. Taking up the entire first floor, many of Cameron’s works shown are from private collections, rarely seen in public and brought together for the first solo exhibition since her death in 1921.
Until 15 Jan
Darren Woodhead’s beautiful watercolours capture the birds, insects and landscapes of the countryside near his East Lothian home.
Until Feb 2020
Following its 40th anniversary, the illustrious Eduardo Alessandro Studios is a long-standing home for excellent contemporary art, and is showing its Winter Exhibition, in Broughty Ferry, a short way from Dundee.
28 Nov – 14 Mar
Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios are hosting a landmark exhibition, exploring the life and work of May Morris, the youngest daughter of William Morris and one of the most significant artists of the British Arts and Crafts movement.
A free one-day event showcasing work from WASPS’ studio holders and other makers from across Scotland.
From 29 Nov
Leith Community Pottery opens its doors on Friday 29th November, 6:30pm with a preview evening.
Until 19 April Review
The first-ever retrospective exhibition of the Portuguese-born, UK-based artist opens in Edinburgh: a major, independently-curated exhibition, organised in conjunction with other galleries in England and Ireland.
22 – 25 Nov Review
Fascinated by castles, Nichol Wheatley set off to find well-known ancient ruins and forgotten, hidden gems around Scotland, resulting in this Edinburgh exhibition.
Until 15 Mar Review
Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings are now on display at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh until March 2020 – the conclusion to a year-long nationwide exhibition and Scotland’s largest-ever exhibition of the artist.
22 – 24 Nov
The long-established Northern Arts Club has been expanding its Bon-Accord building studios for professional artists, and is presenting a Christmas exhibition.
23 Nov – 19 Apr
An ambitious retrospective of the Portuguese artist Paula Rego, known for confronting controversial social and political issues.
22 Nov – 15 Mar 2020
An exhibition from the Royal Collection marking the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, featuring eighty of the Renaissance master’s greatest drawings – the largest group of his works ever shown in Scotland.
22 – 30 Nov
A collaborative exhibition between visually-impaired artist Alan McIntyre and the social enterprise Crossing Countries, revealing journeys in Scotland and South Africa.