Sue Maas

Sue was born on a family farm in Mutare, eastern Zimbabwe. She graduated in 1969 at the Bulawayo School of Art, got married in 1970 and moved to Fothergill Island in Kariba where the young couple lived and work in the safari business for many years. During this time she had the privelege of being able to view the game up close and build up a suitable library of amazing photographs for future use.

In 1990 they moved to Lesotho where she had her first solo exhibition. Sue and her husband were instrumental in founding the Lesotho Conservation Trust and her solo and subsequent exhibitions were used to raise awareness for the fragile eco system of the mountain Kingdom.

Presently Sue lives and work from Stellenbosch and her work is displayed in numerous galleries throughout South Africa. She is very particular about the detail of her work and prefers to work in oils, but also loves to experiment with textures. Her subject matter varies with a preference for the wildlife that se loves so much and also the indigenous people in Africa.

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