Cromer artist showcased at gallery

New exhibition at Cromer NNDC offices, �Roots, taken at Felbrigg. John Mezzetti.

New exhibition at Cromer NNDC offices, �Roots, taken at Felbrigg. John Mezzetti. - Credit: Archant

Cromer artist John Mezzetti is showcased at an exhibition of photography at North Norfolk District Council's public art gallery.

Mr Mezzetti has been a photographer for 30 years and this collection of prints and prints on canvas for sale explores portraits with landscape, urban and environmental themes.

The artist said: 'I first became interested in photography in my late teens, and took an O-level in it at Paston Sixth Form in North Walsham. My work comes out of where I live. North Norfolk offers so much material that can be interpreted in so many ways that there really never is a blank canvas here.

'There is also a very particular light in north Norfolk, near the coast – the mornings and nightfall are a photographer's friend, every day there is something new that can be caught by the lens.'

The exhibition runs to March 21, at the NNDC offices first floor gallery in Holt Road, Cromer.


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