Collection: Maria Rivans

Maria Rivans is a contemporary British artist, known for her mash- up of Surrealism meets Pop-Art aesthetic. 
With its unique approach to collaging, her artwork intertwines fragments of vintage images, often with reference to film and TV, to spin bizarre and dreamlike tales. 
Her work takes the form of large-scale originals and limited edition prints. Notable series have included: pin-ups; landscapes; film stills; and 3D box collages. 
Rivans exhibits work throughout the UK as well as internationally. Solo shows include the Saatchi Gallery, London, Galerie Bhak, Seoul and The Drang, Cornwall. She has shown in Christies, London, was the face for Scoop International at Saatchi, both Stockholm, Italy and London Affordable Art Fairs. Her work has featured in The Times newspaper and the Film Still ‘Understanding Nothing’ was selected for Grayson Perry’s curated Royal Academy’s 250th Summer Exhibition. Rivans was a featured artist on BBC’s Art Ninja show and she had her first book Extraordinary Things to Cut Out and Collage published in 2020. She is about to have her second book published in 2024. Most recently Rivans was commissioned by The Dorchester, London to create an original artwork for the newly refurbished Artist Bar and Screenprints for the hotel rooms.