They said about him

Dr. Abdulmannan Shamma
I have frequently heard his name for the last fifty years and I personally met him in the middle nineteen sixties. But we lived close to each other for more than thirty years, so we were sons of the same generation, contemporaries.

Elias Al Zayyat
When Khaled Al Maz decided to become a painter in the late fifties of this last century, the majority of the Syrian artists, preceding him had an optical culture; that culture was limited to paint only reality.

Dr. Afif Bahnasy
During the first stages of Khaled’s art career, he was mostly concerned with his local environment of Latakia (Syria). He imagined the good in his depiction of the surroundings of nature in Latakia.

Nazir Nabaa – Damascus
These cities which all have different natures, formed the roots and supports of his artistic experience which started in the 50’s. In his early stage he was influenced by the impressionist school dominating the Syrian atelier. Afterwards, his experience had crystallized and was polished through the academic atelier in Cairo.

Dr. Ghazi Al Khaldi
I met Khaled in Cairo, where we were roommates and students at the Faculty of Fine Arts (Beaux Arts). Ever since the beginning I felt as if he was not a chatty person but the best listener among all of us.

Mamdoh Kashlan
The art watcher of the work of creative artist, Khaled Al Maz, stands in front of unanswerable questions except from the artist himself about his own work.

Dr. Mahmoud Shahin
Certainly, Syrian modern painting achieved a considerable attendance locally and internationally, thanks to an excellently skilled group of its leaders. Syrian plastic art is important for a lot of reasons.

Nizar Sabour
The artist Dr. Khaled Al Maz has several rich stages in my memories, which have been with me for three decades, and he was my teacher at the beginning of my studies

Assaad Arabi
The experience of Khaled Al Maz is located in the Syrian expressionism field. It was growing, (especially during the union period),