The Australian Society of Marine Artists Inc (ASMA) is pleased to announce its 2020 National Exhibition, ‘Seas of Change’, that will be staged at the Royal Art Society’s Lavender Bay Gallery, North Sydney from Friday 9 October 2020 to Sunday 25 October 2020.
Click here to view videos from the exhibition launch, including interviews with the artists and opening address by guest speaker John Perkins FRAS FASMA, President of the Royal Art Society.
All works are available for sale and enquiries during the exhibition October 9 – 25, 2020) can be directed to the RAS via firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9955 5752. Enquiries after the exhibition may be forwarded to the ASMA Secretary at email@example.com for direct contact with the artist.
The Exhibition showcases the best examples of the ASMA Members’ artworks that masterfully illustrate the rich maritime heritage, beautiful coastlines and waterways of our nation. Whilst emphasising the continuation of and dedication to the Marine Art tradition, the Exhibition also highlights the relevance of this specialised artistic genre in the contemporary context and during these changing times. Just like all other ASMA exhibitions, this one beautifully displays the variation of artistic styles offered by its member artists.
There has always been a high standard and originality shown from all participants in past exhibitions, but I think this one exceeded our expectations
The ASMA artistic expression celebrates the finest examples of marine art in Australia and New Zealand, and rivals the best that is found overseas.Karen Bloomfield, President of the ASMA
The ASMA seeks to encourage the practice and the appreciation of Marine Art in Australia in recognition of the importance of this art genre that reflects Australia’s standing as a great Maritime Nation and to preserve our nation’s rich marine and maritime heritage.
The ASMA Exhibition is shown daily at the Royal Art Society’s Lavender Bay Gallery, North Sydney, from Friday 9 October 2020 to Sunday 25 October 2020. Location is 25 Walker Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060. All welcome and COVID restrictions are in place to ensure a safe viewing environment for all.