James Mazza is a professional artist from Danbury and has been using oil paints to bring life to landscapes and still lifes for over 37 years. He works with a variety of subjects from daily life. He studied at the Art Students League in Manhattan. Mazza also apprenticed with Edward DeVoe for 12 years. During that time he had the opportunity to paint on the grounds of West Point in New York. Mazza’s work has been shown at the Society of Creative Arts in Newtown (SCAN), the Mark Twain Library in Danbury, the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, and Richter Art Association in Danbury, as well as Art & Frame in Danbury.
For more of James Mazza’s work, you can visit his website or contact him through his Facebook, LinkedIn, or Etsy shop. He also has a YouTube channel. Mr. Mazza’s work will be on display at Brookfield Town Hall from January through February, at 100 Pocono Rd. Brookfield, CT. Gallery is open, during Town Hall hours.