The best art to see this August

Echo, an exhibition of images and words by artist Peter White and poet Jon Miller. At an talla solais Ullapool Visual Arts, Market Street Ullapool until the 29th August.

Photographs by Edward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander and Robert Polidori, this exhibition brings together an exclusive selection of images by three world-renowned Flowers photographers. At Flowers Galleries, 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ until the 11th September. Tel- 02074397766

Because we are small – a collection of sculptures, paintings and prints by Betsy Dadd, Jane Edden, Kleio Gizeli and Tim Lewis. At Flower Galleries , 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ until the 11thSeptember. Tel- 02074397766

British Artists in Rome: The John Partridge Sketchbook, 1823-1827, drawings from a sketchbook belonging to the portrait painter John Partridge will be shown for the first time at the National Portrait Gallery in August. Showing from 21st of August until 13th March 2011 at National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London.

Gerard Stamp’s Norfolk – a new exhibition of drawings and watercolours at the Burnham Grapeine Gallery, Overy Road, Burnham Market, Norfolk from 20 August to 12 September.

A celebration of Craftsmanship & Design. Cheltenham College. 14th to 23rd Aug 2010. The only place where you can view as large and diverse a selection of Contemporary furniture design and other crafts produced to the highest standard.

Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London until 22 Aug.

The Firing Line- Depiction of Conflict in the Collection of General John Guise. From May 25th – August 29th. Christ Church Oxford, Entrance via Oriel Square. Tel; 01865276172

New Silk Road – Basso & Brooke showcase capsule collection of Uzbekistan inspired fabric prints at Design Museum Tank, Shad Thames, London SE1 from 16 Jun to 24 Aug.

Royal Collection book and touring exhibition celebrating photographs of Roger Fenton and Julia Margaret Cameron, at Aberdeen Art Gallery until 21 Aug. 020 7839 1377

Mixed Summer Exhibition: The exhibition will feature paintings, drawings and sculpture by more than 40 artists. From 8th July – 28th August 2010 (Open Tuesday to Saturday)

Exhibition of stone and bronze sculpture by Michael Cooper at Pangolin London, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 until 21 Aug. 020 7520 1480