Fraser Gallery
Francis Boag - Celebrating The Artist's 70th Year
St. Andrews
Art and Craft Collective
Irina Stancheva, 523 Glass Studio
Edinburgh
Flat Cat Gallery
Amanda Phillips
Lauder
Tatha Gallery
Norman Gilbert
Newport on Tay
Perla Museum
Istanbul

Please help us to launch a new Art & Travel website!

Every issue of Artmag includes an Art & Travel article on an international destination and they can also be found on our website in the Art&Travel section. Now we plan to combine all our Art & Travel articles (50-60 and growing) into a new website called loveartandtravel.com. The new website will be searchable by country and city

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The Lighthouse: Wear CRM

The Lighthouse: Wear CRM

Until Jan 27

Designer Marie O’Connor has created Wear CRM, an interactive installation at The Lighthouse in which the public can participate in a hands-on exploration of Mackintosh’s textile patterns and architectural motifs.

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The McManus: Artist Rooms, Lawrence Weiner

The McManus: Artist Rooms, Lawrence Weiner

Until Feb 17

The first Artist Rooms exhibition at The McManus is showcasing work by the American artist, Lawrence Weiner, who adopted language as his medium early in his career and still puts text at the heart of his practice

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Princes Square, Glasgow: Alexander Millar

Princes Square, Glasgow: Alexander Millar

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.

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Country Frames Gallery: Fifteen

Country Frames Gallery: Fifteen

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. 

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Moy Mackay Gallery: Mid-Winter Exhibition

Moy Mackay Gallery: Mid-Winter Exhibition

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.

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