July 5 2019 – Jan 12 2020
The Linda McCartney Retrospective, which is curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, features iconic names and moments in music from the 1960s along with more intimate and emotional later work by this acclaimed and prolific photographer.
Until Aug 31
The Potter’s Craft – An Ayrshire Story at the Baird Institute in Cumnock features examples of Ayrshire’s ceramic industry and examines the potter’s art from other cultures around the world.
Jun 21 – Jul 12
Soosan Danesh’s brilliantly abstract ‘Rhythms, Edinburgh Closes’ are interpretations of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile closes.
Jun 21 – Nov 3
Russia: Royalty & the Romanovs at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, tells the story of the familial, political, diplomatic and artistic associations between Britain and Russia.
Jun 15 – July 21
Tighnabruaich Gallery presents a selection of watercolours and drawings spanning Tom Shanks’ career from the 1940s to the present day.
Until Jun 22
Charles Monteith Walker returns to Eduardo Alessandro Studios in Broughty Ferry, which has shown one of the most distinctive colourists of his generation for over thirty years
Jun 15-Jul 9
Celebrating as ever the beauty and colour of the Scottish west coast, Jolomo: A Tapestry of Colour at Tolquhon Gallery in rural Aberdeenshire brings together over fifty paintings of the artist’s favourite places in Scotland.
Supporting people and their families living with a learning disability or autism, the Ayrshire charity Hansel presents its Little Paintings Exhibition & Sale at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway.
June 8 – June 22
The new exhibition at the Torrance Gallery features works three fabulous Scottish artists, whose works sits harmoniously with each other and ranges from dramatic seascapes through to delicate still life.
June 8 – Sep 7
With paintings from all over Scotland, the Mixed Summer Exhibition at Gallery Heinzel brings together over sixty artists presenting more than 200 individual artworks.
June 8 – July 4
GENERATIONS: Connecting Across Time and Place explores how intimate relationships and collective histories affect an individual’s sense of self.
June 1 – July 30
The Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Scotland’s largest private gallery, is thrilled to announce its summer exhibition “Back to the Drawing Board”.
June 7 – July 9
Sean McGlashan is showing almost 40 of his paintings at the Souter Johnnies Gallery in June.
May 30 May – June 23
Eleanor’s loose kaleidoscope-like brushstrokes tell a story the liminal spaces where fantastical creatures accompany the protagonist in between worlds-be it the underworld, dreamworld or a conscious journey within.
Until 31 May Review
Abstract canvases in vital colours and textures in grid patterns, attempted in single sittings, comprise Annalisa Merrilees’ show at Edinburgh’s estimable Upright Gallery.