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ART NEWS - 11th November 2023

The Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show at the Cornerstone Centre, St John’s Church in Edinburgh features over 300 works, with at least 50 per cent of sales to be donated to the cancer charity.


In the Winter Exhibition at the Saltwater Gallery, Brodick, Isle of Arran artists express their passion for wild seas and rugged coastlines in a variety of media.


Borrowed Land: Scottish Landscape Painting and Sculpture at Kilmorack Gallery near Beauly brings together twenty-five artists who depict the land using a variety of materials.


The Mixed Winter Exhibition at the Front Room Gallery in Helensburgh is a wide-ranging show featuring established and emerging artists.


The Winter Exhibition at Fidra Fine Art in Gullane includes landscapes, abstract works, collages, charcoal drawings, ceramics and printmaking.


Scottish Women Artists: 250 Years of Challenging Perception at Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh celebrates work by women artists past and present who have shaped the contemporary art scene in Scotland.


The Winter Exhibition at Sproson Gallery in St Andrews holds promise of a warm respite from the gloomy weather with tangerine, scarlet and violet hues, poppies, pumpkins, hale bales and iconic scenery.


The Winter Exhibition at Milton Art Gallery, Milton of Crathes, Banchory is a mixed exhibition with a great diversity of work by local and national artists and craft makers.


Printmaking Present at Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries features over 100 original prints by members of Southwest Scotland Printmakers and Fife Dunfermline Printmakers.


Café Royal Books at Stills in Edinburgh offers visitors the chance to browse the first 600 issues of a weekly ezine dedicated to post-war photography from Britain and Ireland.

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