A student has recreated the head of one of Scotland's oldest druids, thought to hail from Stornoway, using 3D wax reconstruction.
Art experts have concluded that a painting in a stately home’s collection which was thought to be by Raphael is unlikely to be the work of the Renaissance master.
An artist is hiding unique invitations around Aberdeen in the lead-up to a secret exhibition.
Office workers will pick up paintbrushes and get in touch with their creative side as part of a new initiative to prevent them falling victim to work-related burnout.
A lightning strike has caused an artist space inside historic Aberdeen University buildings to close temporarily.
Out came the easels, watercolours, oils and pencils as the passionate painters and sculptors of the north-east battled it out in the annual Scottish Week artists challenge.
An intricate swimming pool created by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos has been unveiled in Edinburgh.
To mark 50 years since his mission to the moon, a giant portrait of Neil Armstrong has been mown into a field in northern Italy.
An Elgin veteran is refusing to let sight loss derail his artistic endeavours by embracing more unconventional forms of art and design.
Artist Olafur Eliasson has unveiled a large waterfall sculpture outside Tate Modern and said he hopes it shows that “nature is relative”.
A British artist has filled a gallery with 70 of the world’s most recognisable pieces, made entirely from felt.
A budding product designer has created a chair from barbers’ off-cuts to get people thinking about what we throw away.
An Antony Gormley sculpture of a man standing in a river has been dressed in pants by a mystery passer-by.
Hundreds of items from Fatboy Slim’s collection of Smiley memorabilia are to form the centrepiece of the DJ’s art exhibition.
Visitors to a Moray museum are being given the chance to create their own exhibition to showcase their personal history.
Aberdeen has been transformed into a vibrant and colourful artistic experience thanks to the return of an annual festival.
Ahead of the Women’s World Cup beginning on Friday, murals depicting female football players have been created in locations spanning the UK.
Four years ago, when his time at Caley Thistle was in its infancy, Owain Fon Williams let his new community in on his other talent.
An installation featuring 10,000 red roses has been unveiled as part of a new exhibition in Edinburgh.
Work has begun to move a Banksy artwork painted on the side of a steelworker’s garage in Port Talbot.
Cash seized from criminals has helped create art opportunities in Moray for nearly 200 isolated youngsters.
A graffiti gang made up of north-east pensioners are continuing to enjoy their new-found fame with another appearance on national TV.
An Aberdeen illustrator who has sold millions of colouring books across the world has joined a nationwide art project to raise cash for sick children.
An Aberdeen art graduate has come closer to realising his dream of going from working in a shop to becoming a professional designer after winning a national competition.
A small group of art students will host an exhibition next week highlighting and predicting what the future holds for an under-threat Moray museum.
Ministers have stepped in to keep four rare early works by Francis Bacon – worth a combined total of £3 million – in the UK.
Artists from around the world are hard at work adding a splash of colour to Aberdeen city centre for this year's Nuart festival.
A picture-postcard fundraiser for a charity founded in the Highlands hopes to raise cash to keep people across the globe connected with art.
A mural, which honours some of Aberdeen's most cherished sons and daughters, has found a new home after being controversially removed from its former spot.
Walking tours, exclusive film screenings and talks from world-leading experts are all on the agenda for this year’s Nuart Aberdeen festival.
A Botticelli painting has been discovered after experts stripped off dirt and more than a century of yellow varnish.
A row has erupted over the controversial £240,000 art project on the River Ness getting the go ahead despite growing opposition - and an online petition signed by more than 1,000 people.