Important exhibition dates, info and times:

3th October

RSMA Friends' Evening: Ticket required. 5.30 – 7.30pm

4th October

Private View: Invitation only. 11.00am – 8.00pm.

The President will lead a free guided tour of the exhibition starting at 11:30am.

Opening & awards presentation at 3.30pm with guest of honour.


5th October
Exhibition open to the public. 10.00am – 5.00pm.


14th October

Exhibition closes at 5.00pm on the final day.

During the RSMA 2017 exhibition the following Members and Associate Members will be working in the gallery.
Please do come along to watch them at work and pick up tips
on painting in a variety of styles and media.

Thursday 5th October

Peter Cronin ARSMA – Watercolour
10am – 12.00am & 12.30pm – 2.00pm


Saturday 7th October

Ben Mowll RSMA – Watercolour
2.00pm – 4.30pm


Monday 9th October

Barry Peckham RSMA – Oils
12.00am – 2.30pm


Wednesday 11th October

Lorraine Abraham RSMA – Scratchboard & Ink, work in progress.
11.00am – 12.30pm & 1.00pm – 2.00pm


Wednesday 11th October

David Allen RSMA - Pastels
1.00pm – 3.30pm


See more details on the exhibition page

The Royal Society of Marine Artists

The Royal Society of Marine Artists

The Royal Society of Marine Artists is the focal point for much of Britain's finest contemporary marine art, and many of the country's leading marine artists are elected Members of the Society.

This country is an island nation with a proud maritime heritage. The coastline of Britain and its principal islands measures some 19,400 miles, presenting a wide variety of often spectacular scenery.

The sea is part of who we are as a nation. It is this heritage and this environment that we aim to celebrate.

Whilst much of our work is representational in the broadest sense, our styles, choice of subject matter and painting medium vary enormously. Some of our Members specialise in thoroughly researched historical subjects, others capture the thrill of modern yacht racing; some enjoy muddy creeks and quiet harbours, others find beauty in super-tankers and cargo vessels; some find inspiration on the deep sea, others explore what's under the sea.

But no matter what we paint, or in what style, no matter whether we paint en plein-air or in the studio, the sea is always our main source of inspiration.

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