David Lozeau paints cultural Thunderdomers in his unique Day of the Dead style and then constructs his own rustic wood frames to capture the very essence of the warrior spirit. From sword-wielding geisha to gun-toting commando, and Polynesian Kings to Native American Chiefs, Lozeau puts a bold, modern twist on the fiercest death-bringers throughout history.
Samurai imagery ranges from solemn to savage, and the ornate armor of the times, made of tightly woven fabrics and metal plates, lends itself to detailed paintings that explore the characteristics and garb of the ancient conscripts.
Twice as flashy and just as lethal, bullfighters are modern-day gladiators who bout in a beautiful, bloody arena where performance and pageantry are heightened by the constant threat of impalement.
And not to be forgotten are the soldiers and tribesmen of the Old West. Colonists ravaged the frontier for profit and imposed their religion on all who inhabited it, while Natives rallied against assimilation and extermination, leading to epic battles on the dusty plains of a young America.
Vikings, Marines, Samurai, Deities, Matadors, and Knights fight for God, honor, and country, and somewhere between this world and the skeleton world, you'll find David Lozeau paying tribute to those mighty warriors in the only way he knows how.