Louis Mazzotta, Bloomfield

<img height="225" hspace="5" width="400" align="left" src="http://www.trbimg.com/img-531b1bfc/turbine/hc-itowns-cover0418-hfd-altthumbnail" />Louis Mazzotta said his interest in art started when he was 10.<br>
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"I was able to watch an artist, Alex Fulin, complete a fresco on the "wet" plaster walls in our home. I started drawing soon after when Mom gave me a pad and pencil."<br>
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The Bloomfield resident is a graduate of the University of Hartford and a founding members of Visions, a gallery without walls. He will be exhibiting with the Monday Colorists at the Chase Family Gallery starting May 23.
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( April 18, 2010 )

Louis Mazzotta said his interest in art started when he was 10.

"I was able to watch an artist, Alex Fulin, complete a fresco on the "wet" plaster walls in our home. I started drawing soon after when Mom gave me a pad and pencil."

The Bloomfield resident is a graduate of the University of Hartford and a founding members of Visions, a gallery without walls. He will be exhibiting with the Monday Colorists at the Chase Family Gallery starting May 23.

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