51 Chiltern Street
Gabriel FIne Arts courtesy of Rocco Buonvino proudly present Anna Mazzotta’s selection of vivid and joyous artworks at A&D Gallery in Chiltern Street, London this April. Opulent and lavish scenes depicting performers, bathers and ordinary people set in either burlesque music halls and theatres or out in the open by the sea and frolicking in the sand, Mazzotta dramatizes and dazzles us with both humour and decadence, that makes us laugh and join in the merriment and pure joy of these larger than life paintings and drawings.
Acclaimed artist Anna Mazzotta asked to bring her collection of highly personal and evocative paintings to the world-famous A&D Gallery in association with Gabriel Fine Arts
This very special 3-day exhibition in Chiltern Street will showcase the incredibly warm and affectionate work from the award-winning artist Anna Mazzotta.
Anna is fast becoming one of the most talked about and respected artists in the UK and is delighted to have been asked to exhibit at the A&D Gallery.
“The A&D Gallery is Marylebone's longest established contemporary art gallery, opening its doors in 2000. The legacy of this amazing gallery is unreal. It’s just such an honour” says Anna.
Anna, who recently hosted an exhibition dedicated to Diana Dors, entitled “Bold, Bad and Beautiful”, revels in the warmer and more loving elements of the human psyche.
Born and bred in Wiltshire of Italian descent, Anna Mazzotta is a refreshing addition to the art world. Anna has an incredible work ethic and has been nothing short of prolific in her Bristol-based studios.
She completed a master’s in fine art at The Royal College of Art and has a 1st Class honour ‘s Degree from Wimbledon School of Art. After Graduating from the Royal College of Art, Anna has been working as a fine artist with her major influences being: Theatre, Film and Fashion, using this to highlight the human condition with a focus on expression, underpinned by humour, colour and her artist's eye. Jane Fonda, whom Anna met recently, asked for a portrait and David Walliams has been painted by the ‘Wiltshire Wonder Woman’. Her recent portrait of producer and artist Fatboy Slim was quickly snapped by the chart-topping superstar DJ. He has the picture in his Kitchen/diner overlooking the beach where he lives.