Anna Mazzotta is a professional artist living between London and Bristol. She studied Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, London, UK.
International art historian, critic and author Martin Gayford describes Anna Mazzotta's work as "a mixture between Rego and Dufy…". It is the hidden, unofficial side of a city which presents an informative and adventurous “behind the scenes” essence that embraces and intrigues the artist. Mazzotta says:
"My Painting is a way of seeing the world, thinking, feeling, showing sensations, not just the mechanics of a scene, but instead emphasizing energy, life and letting the inner emotion of the characters shine forth."
Anna achieved critical success while studying at the Royal College of Art and her work is in notable private collections across the world. She is a previous winner of the Jerwood Drawing Prize, for originality and excellence. Anna Mazzotta has exhibited in solo and group shows as well as various artist in residence programmes.
Anna has had solo exhibitions at Beaux Art, Bath; Gallery 19, London; GX Gallery, London; Innocent Fine Art, Bristol; and A&D Gallery in London. She has taken part in group shows at The Society of Women Artists; Graham Paton Gallery and Royal Exchange and she is the appointed Artist in Residence at Saunton Sands Hotel, International Dispute Resolution Centre and Pelham Hotel.