Oct 6 – Nov 14
The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club (SOC) is pleased to welcome back printmaker Lisa Hooper for a solo exhibition inspired by travels to the far North of Scotland.
Until Jan 27th 2019
The Watermill Gallery showcases a significant collection of late works by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham.
Until Oct 14
The current exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery showcases works by Rembrandt and those inspired by the Dutch master.
Until Oct 20
Through the eyes of James, the central character of David Sherry’s new film, the artist explores current affairs and political events.
Oct 6 – Nov 4
Artists showing their work at a new exhibition at Fidra Fine Art share a fascination and understanding of texture, colour and form.
Sep 22 – 29
Marking Time is an exploration of the passage of time through artworks, some overtly measuring time, others expressing different experiences of it through the medium of sculpture, drawing and jewellery.
Until Oct 13
The new exhibition at the Leith School of Art gallery celebrates the links between artistic communities in Edinburgh and Norway by showing works by the School’s tutor Matthew Storstein and his grandfather, Aage Storstein.
Sep 21 – Oct 15
New David Mackie Cook’s art-brut works inspired by the landscape of Seagreens near the North Sea will be on display at Fraser Gallery.
Until Sep 30
For the first time in Scotland a selection of works from the Fleming Collection featuring the Colourists, Cadell, Peploe, Hunter and Fergusson.
Sep 11 – 16
Human form and stone wall are combined in photographs by Eion Johnston, who contemplates the history of Berlin.
Until Sep 22
Eduardo Poalozzi’s screenprint for Edinburgh Festival 1972 will be displayed among other great works in an exhibition exploring 150 years of British print making at Alder Arts
Sep 11 – 18
Glorious Glass showcases artworks by members of two art societies. It gives an insight into how varied contemporary glass practice is.