Anna Mazzotta is a professional artist living between London and Bristol. She studied Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, London, UK.
Colourful, humorous and sometimes risque, the paintings of Anna Mazzotta recall the glamour of a long lost era. Painting from her imagination, a technique that gives her art far more intimate feeling, Anna is heavily influenced by the hedonism and voluptuousness of a golden age of cabaret and cinema. Her work reflects the human condition of her characters, revealing a myriad of emotions which delivers compelling art with a unique depth that often shows something new at each viewing. Never a follower of any trend, Anna has an inborn talent to share the complex emotions of the moment.
"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 one of the youngest winners of the prestigous Jerwood Drawing Prize, for originality and excellence. Anna Mazzotta has exhibited in solo and group shows as well as various artist in residence programmes.