Alan Mazzetti

Passing Through, Acrylic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Passing Through

Acrylic On Panel

24 x 24 inches 

To Market

Acrylic On Canvas

60 x 60 inches 

Breaking Away, Acrylic on panel, 30 x 24 inches

Breaking Away

Acrylic On Panel 

30 x 24 inches 

Valley Information, Acrylic on panel, 60 x 60 inches

Valley Information

Acrylic On panel

60 x 60 inches

Flowing Field, Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 44 inches

Flowing Field

Acrylic On Canvas 

48 x 44 inches 

Direct Route, Acrylic on panel, 30 x 42 inches

Direct Route

Acrylic On Panel

30 x 42 inches

Moving On, Acrylic on panel, 30 x 24 inches

Moving On

Acrylic On Canvas

30 x 24 inches SOLD

Big City, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 inches

Big City

Acrylic On Canvas

60 x 60 inches SOLD

Lineup, Acrylic on panel, 20 x 48 inches

Lineup

Acrylic On Panel 

20 x 48 inches SOLD

Buena Vista, Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 48 inches

Buena Vista

Acrylic On Panel

48 x 48 inches SOLD

Finding the Way, Acrylic on panel, 48 x 44 inches

Finding the Form

Acrylic On Canvas

48 x 44 inches SOLD

Alan Mazzetti’s paintings are simplified, representational images of his surrounding urban environment. Color, texture, pattern, and shape are as important as the original image, the language as meaningful as the message. Mazzetti uses abstracted elements to express abstract ideas – concepts of time, space, motion and perception. He shifts his perspective, looking at things differently still using his compulsion to make an image of his physical source.

A career in graphics taught Mazzetti to search for the fundamental elements when designing logos or illustrating a story.  These elements are now applied to the artist’s compositions daily. The artist has exhibited from Washington D.C. to the West Coast  including the Crocker Museum. He has earned “Best of Show” and placed in the top three in several juried exhibitions.

In my paintings, I reduce the subject to an icon – visualizing its essential form and in the process get to know it more fully. I hope my appreciation and interpretation of the subject stimulates a new awareness in those who see the resulting art. Making art is an immensely satisfying, though solitary compulsion. Sharing it with others is one of the best ways I know to connect.