We are proud to present a dedicated section on this website exclusively for our members to promote their Exhibitions, Shows, Events and Open Studios.

We will also promote and showcase events in our magazine Algarve Art!

Many of our members will be exhibiting and selling at various events and exhibitions this year – if you go to any events and you see our logo displayed – come over and see us and say hello!

Details of our Members’ current and upcoming Algarve Exhibitions.


Current Exhibitions:

The Fortaleza Art Show at the at Fortaleza da Luz organized by Member Ian Morgan of Random Tours Portugal is extended until the 30th of November.

It features 20 artists, covering a variety of genres (paintings, sculptures, projections) and some members of the Algarve Society of Artists are exhibiting there.




Members Betty Anne Mörelius and BJ Boulter together with Vera Christians will have an exhibition about photographs and art-works highlighting the ocean, its joys, its marine life, and its greatest threat in the B.A.M. Art Gallery in Albufeira. It starts with a vernissage on the 19th of October and runs runs until the 16th of November with a finissage:

Invite Denizens Finishissage red




The personal art exposition of Kateryna Ilchuk will take place in the historic restaurant Tertúlia Algarvia (Praça Dom Afonso III 15, 8000-167 Faro) from 1 to 30 November. During the exposition, Kateryna will showcase Portuguese urban landscapes of Faro, Lisbon, Sintra, Ferragudo and other cities.

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Member Lesley Goldie will have an exhibition in the Galeria de Arte Pintor Samora Barros in Albufeira old town from 4th to 30th of November.

Lesley Goldie



Member Ian McIntosh organizes the “at times I have” exhibition at the ARTESIS Galeria in Tavira. The collective exhibition features works related to the poem “as vezes” by Álvaro de Campos and runs from the 5th to the 30th of November.

AdC Flyer for November


The new painting exhibition in the Museum in São Brás de Alportel runs from the 9th November to the 13th January. See the poster below for more information


Future Events:

more to come