December 2014

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CONTENTS

        • Thirroul disaster 1898: The wreck of the Amy – Christine Hill
        • The International Fleet Review Official Commemorative Artwork – Ian Hansen
        • Drawing the Line – Earl Hingston
        • Muloobinba Floating Dock:Newcastle history sails for foreign shores – Gwendoline Lewis
        • Capturing a Moment in Time – Don Braben
        • Tilikum: The Venturesome Voyages of Captain Voss’ – Jack Woods
        • After Painting…There’s Still Sailing: Thoughts about marine art – John Adameitis
        • Five Brothers Went to War. Cassidy Brothers’ War Service Exhibition – Mary McKelvie
        • Convoys of WWII. Recollections of the West African Run – Captain Bill Thomas (ret’d)
        • Why Marine Painting? A favourable slant – Jeff Rigby
        • President’s Medal 2012: Awarded to Marijke Greenway
        • President’s Medal 2014: Awarded to Jan Harrington-Johnson
        • President’s Message – Robert Carter OAM
        • Marine Art in Action
        • The 2012-13 ASMA~Sydney Heritage Fleet Artist in Residence program: A retrospective

May 2012

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CONTENTS

      • James Craig voyage, artist on board – Ian Hansen
      • Writer in Residence Report – Janetta Russell
      • Peeling Away Time, a painting by Martin Campbell
      • ‘SS Casino – That Fateful Day’ – Phil Suter
      • Oswald Brett, Marine Artist – Bruce Stannard
      • President’s Medal – Robert Carter OAM
      • 1 – Selection criteria
      • 2 – 2010 award
      • 3 – 2011 award
      • Craftsmanship in Ship Models – Michel Laroche
      • Conrad’s Narcissus – Ross Shardlow
      • President’s Message – Robert Carter OAM

Marine Art in Australia – Peter Yeomans (in memoriam)