And two exhibitions showcasing choice works of Scottish Modern and Contemporary painting and sculpture might be the chance.
Panter & Hall’sScottish Show opened the day after Burns Night, bringing a selection of works by Scottish artists to gallery visitors as well as online.
The exhibition, now in its 18th year, runs until February 17 and features artists such as Sir William Russell Flint RA, George Cuthbert Watson, Alberto Morrocco and Helen Turner.
Panter & Hall offers a catalogue of some of the highlight pieces, but the Pall Mall gallery adds stock continuously during the course of the exhibition.
In Henley-on-Thames, meanwhile, Bohun Gallery offers a range of established and emerging Contemporary Scottish art at its Critic’s Choice exhibition. The exhibition features works by nine artists as selected by New York-based art critic Clare Henry, who was previously art critic for The Herald in Scotland from 1980-2000.
“Long before Turner Prize judges began to celebrate Glasgow (so far 14 Glasgow-based folk have either won or been nominated for the award), I was keen to introduce and promote Scottish art,” Henry says in her notes on the exhibition.
She adds that, for her, “British, especially Scottish, artists are among the best”.
The exhibition runs until February 25 and in addition to Scott includes artists such as Philip Braham, Yedidya Hershberg and Christine McArthur.