The 36th annual International Marine Art Exhibition is a comprehensive juried show that showcases recent works of more than 100 award-winning marine artists from around the world. This exhibition is a commemoration of our maritime heritage with intricately researched historical scenes and contemporary images that document man’s relationship to the sea. Represented in this show are exceptional paintings, drawings, sculpture, scrimshaw, and ship models depicting tall ships, sailing yachts, working craft, commercial vessels, warships, and scenes of the shoreline, beaches, harbors and wildlife that inhabit our seafaring world.
The exhibition will open to the public at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, September 27, with an Artists’ Walk at the Maritime Gallery. The walk is an opportunity for the public to meet some of the participating artists and listen as they share how they created their works in the International and what inspires them to produce their art.
The exhibition runs through December 31, 2015.
Ron Druett was very pleased to have a painting accepted for this very prestigious exhibition.
Pictured above, it is called "The Kids' Dinghy".