Visual Arts News
Until May 22
A joint exhibition by Kittie Jones and Jane Smith, Coast to Coast at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club in Aberlady illustrates the artists’ shared interest in wildlife from their respective viewpoints on the east and west coasts of Scotland.
Until July 7
The exhibition Mirage showing new work by Ade Adesina is a commentary on current affairs and how the human footprint affects our planet.
Until June 30
This year’s Spring Exhibition at Sproson Gallery titled ‘Sea-salt breeze & floral infusion’ presents an array of new, beautiful works reflecting on the varied Scottish natural landscape and the transformations at the time of changing seasons.
Until May 10
The paintings and drawings in Edge of Sight at Resipole Studios frame and celebrate the dramatic promontory and vertical cliffs of Gallan Head and the Valtos peninsula, in the Outer Hebrides.
Until Apr 27
InnerVerse is a sensory art installation by Renee Rilexie, a mixed media artist with a form of synesthesia, where she can translate music and sound into colours.
Apr 12 – Jun 2 & 23
Ambit: Photographies from Scotland at Stills Gallery and Street Level Photoworks is a collaborative initiative and showcases new and diverse approaches to photographic image-making in Scotland.
Until Jul 7
The exhibition ‘Age of Oil’ showcases the work of visual artist Sue Jane Taylor from her residences on North Sea oil platforms.
Artworks created by some of the most important names in the contemporary art world will be auctioned at the auction house Phillips in London. They are effects of MULTICOLOUR, a collaborative charitable action between Migrate Art and myartbroker.com
Apr 6 -20
The newest exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery explores how three of the 20th century’s most influential photographers addressed issues of self-expression, performance and truth.
Until Apr 28
The artists participating in the exhibition have their own special magic and ability to give the onlooker an artistic adventure which is both exciting and absorbing.
Apr 6 – 27
Grace Notes is an exhibition primarily inspired by the artist’s travels throughout the North of Scotland and the Island of Lewis and Harris
Until May 9
The exhibition An American Roadtrip at Gallery Ten in Edinburgh showcases images taken during a visit Chick Chalmers made to the United States in 1980.
Until Apr 7
Dreamtime is the creationist myth for the Aboriginal people and the basis of Aboriginal spiritual life.
Until Apr 26
Mount Stuart Trust is delighted to host a solo exhibition by Whitney McVeigh this spring as part of its expanded Contemporary Visual Arts Programme.