Visual Arts News
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 June 28
‘Poesis’ includes a range of recent works from the artist’s ongoing project ‘Votive Offerings’ – a collection of paintings of flower posies, which the artist has made (and left) around Scotland, and further afield, for strangers to find.
Until Wed 29
In association with Artist Residence, contemporary British art duo, The Connor Brothers have launched an online art lottery in aid of men’s mental health charity, CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
July 5 2019 – Jan 12 2020
May 24 – June 23
This summer at North Light Arts, twelve Scottish artists have been selected for the John Muir Open to offer an opportunity to develop their personal environmental practice in a joint exhibition.
May 20 & 29
Le Grand K commemorates the dematerialisation of several measurement units, most notably the redefinition of the Kilogram.
May 18 – Jun 15
Norman Gilbert’s work crosses boundaries and generations, and it naturally possesses humanity, interaction and authenticity.
May 10 – 31
Annalisa Merrilees’s paintings derive from an interest in the mental limits of the mind and the subsequent physical effects on it when pushed to the max.
May 18 – Oct 13
Drawn from 50 solo exhibitions, Victoria Crowe: 50 Years of Painting is the first major showcase of one of the UK’s leading artists.