David Lozeau paintings are confident, colorful, whimsical, and dark...all at the same time. There are familiar concepts, like dancing senoritas, Old West shootouts, ravenous zombies, and curious sea life, and yet his works are like nothing you've ever seen before.
Lozeau's Day of the Dead art highlights classic elements of the annual celebration, but also injects humor into religious symbolism through the use of bold lines and exaggerated features; his Wild West art is deeply rooted in the American cowboy gunslinger lore from the 1800s where there was only a very fine line between a marshal and an outlaw; his Lowbrow art pays homage to everything from Greek mythology to the kustom kulture scene with flesh-eating horses and skeleton mechanics; and his Oceanic art is anything but typical, depicting steampunk divers, tiki-hoarding octopus, and underwater robot invasions.
DLo has developed a unique approach by which he layers acrylics, gouache, and enamel on a variety of surfaces, from canvases to surfboards, and often custom builds his own wood frames. He mixes fine art techniques with cartoon cel like line work to produce something no one else is doing...his style is so new that it doesn’t even have a name yet.
Every original painting below is available for purchase directly through this site, plus most pieces are also available as ultra-affordable, limited-edition canvas prints. If you are looking to commission a personal painting, visit this Custom Art page for more information.