January 31 – February 23
This new exhibition in Cyril Gerber Fine Art is a selection of some of Margot Sandeman’s idyllic scenes of figures in nature, still life and drawings and includes some previously unseen works.
Talbot Rice Gallery has commissioned Dexter Sinister to realise a digital project entitled Black Whisky (Screensaver), that elaborates on research undertaken during their Randolph Cliff residency in Edinburgh in 2009.
Until Feb 7
Industry + Aesthetics at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine is an exhibition of industrial survey photography which invites the viewer to consider afresh the images.
Until Jan 27
Michael Kay Terrance, an artist working with minimalist sculptural forms and video, is exhibiting his newest work with the Upright Gallery.
Until Jan 17
Last chance to see the 121 Annual Exhibition of the Society of Scottish Artists in Edinburgh.
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Until Jan 25
A selling exhibition of work by members of Central Arts Association at The Gallery at G. R. McFarlane Watchmaker & Jewellers in Alloa features over 200 paintings and giclee prints, mainly in traditional style.
A brand new opportunity for aspiring theatre makers to develop their skills in Aberdeen will kick off with a four week workshop programme beginning next month. Aberdeen Performing Arts Young Company will offer the chance for 18-25 year olds to develop their skills, share practice, gain industry experience and take control of the artistic process. The
Until Jan 13
The exhibition at the Park Gallery explores how the artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb uses museum collections as inspiration for her own lyrical and detailed etchings and paper-cuts.
Until May 27
‘Burell at Kelvingrove’ is a specially curated exhibition which draws on objects from the Burrell Collection, including works in wood, alabaster, stone, metal, ivory, ceramics and stained glass as well as paintings and tapestries.
Until Jun 2
Charles II: Art & Power at The Queen’s Gallery explores how the king used the arts to create a royal court fit to retake its place on the European stage.
Until Jan 20
Flockhart draws her inspiration from a range of esoteric sources, including myths, legends and literature. Lush foliage with intricately painted patterns of decorative design often serves as the backdrop to figures and animals which seem suspended in the moment.