Contact the RSMA via email: email@example.com
The RSMA archivist is Robert Brindley RSMA.
If you wish to contact him, please use the above contact address with 'archivist' as the subject.
RSMA Administration and General Enquiries via post to:
Royal Society of Marine Artists
17 Carlton House Terrace
Telephone: 020 7930 6844
Fax: 020 7839 7830
The Royal Society of Marine Artists is affiliated to the Federation of British Artists (FBA) which is based at The Mall Galleries in London.
The FBA is the national focal point for much of the best contemporary figurative art in the UK, and the Mall Galleries has a constantly changing programme of exhibitions, galleries for hire, an education programme, commissions service, etc., and details can be found at their website.
A magazine for artists and art lovers, providing expert advice and inspiration with every issue.
Classic Boat is the original British traditional boating magazine about restoring and sailing classic boats, from crusing boats to home built dinghies.
THE RSMA DIPLOMA COLLECTION
The National Maritime Museum at Falmouth tells the story of the people who use small boats, and in particular the Cornish people for whom the sea has been an essential lifeline and source of food. It also holds the RSMA Diploma Collection, some 120 paintings representing the work of members past and present. Pieces are occasionally on show in the museum or gallery.
Based in a Georgian shop in the heart of Clare, Suffolk, the gallery stocks high quality, original, contemporay maritine related art from artists based in all corners of the United Kingdom.
The RSMA is a participating partner in Sea Vision UK, a web based forum which links marine and maritime activities in the United Kingdom.
The American Society of Marine Artists promotes marine art and history and encourages co-operation among artists, historians, marine enthusiasts and others engaged in activities related to marine art and maritime history.
For learning about classic painting and design methods, and gaining advice from leading experts and amateur artists.
The Jubilee Sailing Trust is a registered charity whose mission is to promote the integration of people of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of sailing tall ships on the open sea.
MCS is the voice for everyone who loves the sea. They work to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened sea life before it is lost forever.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea.
Suppliers of fine art materials.