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Brian Aldrich the Group’s Founder, enjoying a whimsical moment with David Howell PRSMA (left) at Gallery 54, Mayfair in 2009.

Window Display,  Gallery 54,  Mayfair.

Some Members of the Group soaking up the maritime atmosphere at “Art Afloat”, Alexander Miles Gallery, ,St Katherine’s Dock, 2015.

Alexander Miles Gallery, St Katherine’s Dock, London.

For 2017, The Maritime Art Group intends to continue its programme  of future exhibitions, and has three booked at present –

The Brokers Bar, Leadenhall Market, London from 17th January for three months.

Birling Gap and Seven Sisters National Truat Visitors Centre, Nr Eastbourne. 21st February – 3rd April

The Oxmarket Centre of Arts, Chichester from 6th June  - 18th June.

Past Exhibitions.
Whilst the Maritime Art Group was formed essentially as an out-of-doors painting group, there has always been a full programme of exhibitions throughout the years:-

2007

 
Cranleigh Arts Centre,
Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall,
The Oxmarket Arts Centre,
Cranleigh
London
Chichester
2009

 
Cranleigh Arts Centre,                                                
Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London
Gallery 54, Shepherds Market, Mayfair
Cranleigh
London
London
2010



 
Cranleigh Arts Centre,
The Norfolk Centre,
The Old Fire Station, Henley-on-Thames
The Master Builders House Hotel, Bucklers Hard,
RAC Woodcote Park,
Cranleigh
Arundel
Henley-on-Thames
Beaulieu
Epsom
2011 The Master Builders House Hotel, Bucklers Hard, Beaulieu
2012

 
Cranleigh Arts Centre,
The Master Builders House Hotel, Bucklers Hard,
Framlington College,
Cranleigh
Beaulieu
Framingham
2013


 
Southwark Cathedral, Southwark,
Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey Hills,
Gallery 54, Shepherds Market, Mayfair,
The Master Builders House Hotel, Bucklers Hard,
London
Dorking
London
Beaulieu
2014
 
Brokers Bar, Leadenhall Market                                              
The Barbican Centre,                
London
London
2015

 
Brokers Bar, Leadenhall Market
Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey Hills,
Birling Gap and Seven Sisters Centre,
Alexander Miles Gallery, St Katherine Dock.
          
London
Dorking
Eastbourne
London

Retaining the Group’s close links with the Royal Society of Marine Artists (RSMA), the two exhibitions in red were officially opened by the serving Presidents of the RSMA, Geoff Hunt and David Howell. The Group fully intends to offer its work to the public in a continuing programme of exhibitions.

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