An ATM appears embedded in a woodland wall, like something out of a modern-day Narnia.
In Edinburgh last night I was watching people skating around St Andrew's Square.
Some artists would say the act of creation is like pulling teeth, while some members of the public would argue that looking at certain works of art is like teeth being pulled.
One of Scotland's most distinguished galleries will be given a new lease of life as it is formerly leased to Glasgow School of Art (GSA).
In his older years Joseph Mallord William Turner was not wanting for problems with his health.
In architectural jargon, verticality is king.
Wee Dinkies watercolours exhibition
AS a woman who has stood in the eye of a storm, Jilli Blackwood has the air of a survivor.
IN an upstairs exhibition space in the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, senior curator Patrick Elliott watches on as a member of his conservation team examines a large painting laid flat on a table.
It is a real treat for New York.
Talk to any curator with his or her hands on the purse strings, and there will be the story of the one that got away:
Berlin has always had a magnetic pull for creative types, but as the city celebrates 25 years since the fall of its famous Wall this week, its lure for Scottish artists has never been greater.
Installation by glass engraver on the move
THIS much I have learned about David Shrigley from flicking through his latest book:
The sheer scale of this year's Macmillan Art Show is breathtaking.