Christian Maas, a French Sculptor since the late 80s, has been awarded the "Medaille d'or de l"Academie des Arts' and the "Chevalier de l'Ordre International des Arts' for his unique and accomplished works of art.
Christian works in a traditional way, though not always producing traditional results. Maas is renowned for his eccentricities and sometimes risqué subject matter. His work is focused around two main themes, "Femme" being his female representations including those of Grace Jones, Marilyn and Kate Moss, and "Animalier" which represents the animal world, and are often life size.
From his atelier in France his sculptures have found homes worldwide and his work has been commissioned for many public monuments including a formula one racing car that resides in Monte Carlo.
Jacques Chirac commissioned a piece from Christian for his private collection.
Christian Maas exhibits in major private and public collections throughout Europe, the Middle East and USA.