• Eat Up 2011
    Marise Maas - Eat Up 2011
    oil on canvas 130 x 130 cm $6,600
  • Happy To Strike The Flag 2011
    Marise Maas - Happy To Strike The Flag 2011
    oil on canvas 160 x 160 cm $9,000
  • Let the New Kid Take a Shot 2011
    Marise Maas - Let the New Kid Take a Shot 2011
    oil on canvas 160 x 160cm $9,000
  • The Move 2011
    Marise Maas - The Move 2011
    oil on canvas 130 x 130 cm $6,600
  • The Horn Section 2012
    Marise Maas - The Horn Section 2012
    oil on canvas 130 x 130 cm $6,600
  • Raise A Roof 2011
    Marise Maas - Raise A Roof 2011
    oil on canvas 130 x 130 cm $6,600
  • Sleepless 2011
    Marise Maas - Sleepless 2011
    oil on canvas 130 x 130 cm $6,600
  • New Friend New Palette 2011
    Marise Maas - New Friend New Palette 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • To Wait In Expectation 2012
    Marise Maas - To Wait In Expectation 2012
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • The Dazzle of You 2011
    Marise Maas - The Dazzle of You 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • Think Quick Speak Slow 2011
    Marise Maas - Think Quick Speak Slow 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • Choke & Don't Mingle 2011
    Marise Maas - Choke & Don't Mingle 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • Panache 2011
    Marise Maas - Panache 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800
  • Polite 2011
    Marise Maas - Polite 2011
    oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm $3,800

Marise Maas | Small But Big

Opening Night: Thursday, Mar 01

Marise Maas is a Melbourne-based, Dutch-born artist who explores the ordinary and everyday in her work. “It blows my mind how much there is to see and how many different ways of looking at the world there are”, she says. “The small things in life actually have big stuff inside when you look at them up close”.

Horses appear as substitutes for people. “I don’t do people, so when there are horses in the painting, I’m most likely depicting some overheard conversation, things that involve people – it keeps it more anonymous”.

If you look at the small details in Marise’s work, you will find larger stories.