Military Art by David Lozeau
David Lozeau paints soldiers, tanks, planes, and other militaria in his unique Day of the Dead style and then builds his own custom frames to complete his unique vision of combat and combatants.
With the stroke of a brush, special moments are suspended in time. Custom paintings commemorate everything from unsung acts of heroism to changes in post. And while it's common knowledge that Americans flew canvas-wrapped wooden French biplanes during WWI, perhaps less known are the instances of P-40 Warhawks fighting Messerschmitt BF-109s in the skies over Italy during WWII.
From the dusty plains of a young America to the snowy trenches of Western Europe to the rocky deserts of the Middle East, David Lozeau casts a spotlight on warriors and their weaponry with his character-driven, Dia de los Muertos paintings that convey the pride, honor, and sacrifice of brave servicepeople all over the world.