Time to catch-up with this month's round up of exhibitions and events featuring Artfinder artists from all around the world.
From vibrant dreamscapes to romantic landscapes, our Artfinder artists are exhibiting work that is visually captivating, thought-provoking and worth leaving the house for.
So keep up-to-date with this handy collection to see if there is an exhibition to check out near you!
When: 7 March to 17 April
Behind a narrow storefront, the long, high-ceiling gallery and adjacent sculpture garden hold one of the largest selections of local fine art in Sonoma County. Graton Gallery is sure to be a favourite destination to those who find it.
Every six weeks, Graton Gallery hosts an exhibition to celebrate the quality and diversity of local artists. This current show includes Lily Bobek, a contemporary abstract painter, who "creates intricate and unexpected forms and textures, both through careful control as well as abandoning herself to spontaneous response in the moment".
When: 1 April to 30 April
Gallery on Nassau is a new space located in Tigerlabs of downtown Princeton. The Gallery’s focus is to create more engagement between the Princeton community and artists exhibiting within their space.
This month's show features Artfinder's Nancy Riedell, whose work reflects a passion for bold, strong and saturated colours and themes.
When: 1 April to 12 May
Bringing together work from a group of artists, including Sean Rutter, ‘New Beginnings’ celebrates life, positivity and energy.
When: 6 April to 19 April
The Sydney Royal Easter Show is a celebration of Australian culture, from rural traditions to modern day lifestyles, providing a unique experience for everyone.
Here, Artfinder's Ed Schimmel will be exhibiting Passion Del Tango, as part of the show’s annual Arts and Crafts Show, which showcases portraits, rural landscapes, photographs, sculptures, ceramics, silverwork and more.
When: 8 April to 30 April
Ingrid Knaus is participating in a group show at the contemporary art venue ‘Galerie Marzia Frozen’ in Berlin. She will be exhibiting three works selected by curator, Javier Ramimex, to be shown alongside 14 other diverse and unique artists.
When: 15 April to 16 April
The West Burton Art Group is a small local collective of artists, who meet in the beautiful dales village of West Burton. The collective has been running for over 13 years, and has held exhibitions for the last four years. They will be presenting a range of paintings, with a commission from sales going to charity.
When: 20 April to 31 May 31
Paper Pairs is a group exhibition curated by ‘Ebba Jahn Projects’, with the support of Sozialkasse des Baugewerbes, the owner of Galerie Lückstr. There will be 22 artists exhibiting in this show, each with two small abstract paintings on paper, including Artfinder's Ebba Jahn, Ulrike Hasenburg, Ronald van den Boogaard and Monique Robben.
When: 21 April to 24 April
This year, Nersel zur Muehlen will be exhibiting at the New York Art Expo alongside more than 400 innovative and exciting artists, galleries and publishers from all over the world, showcasing original prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glass works and more, all under one roof at Pier 94.
When: 22 April to 23 April
Every two years, Lindsay Berry joins forces with fellow artist, Pat Burt, to organise 'The Sherbornes Art Exhibition', a biennial event that invites 20 different artists to exhibit and raise funds for charities close to their hearts.
Lindsay Berry is a watercolour artist and one of the principal driving forces behind the exhibition. Her aim was to keep the show as local as possible, whilst providing quality work with a variety of artistic styles.