David Lozeau

David Lozeau

David Lozeau (pronounced Low-zo) is a mid-career painter who creates unique Day of the Dead inspired characters with quirky details and bold lines. In the span of eight years, he has shown his works in dozens of galleries on three continents, collaborated with Disney and Harley-Davidson, won multiple awards at fine art exhibitions, and been featured in countless magazines and hardcover books.

Day of the Dead, hot rod, tattoo, zombie, and tiki imagery began to dominate Lozeau's work. Oils gave way to a unique process of layering enamel on top of gouache and acrylics and no surface was off limits, as he experimented with painting atop a variety of found items, from thrift store artifacts to surfboards to violins to vintage car parts.

www.davidlozeau.com
In: Art, Folk Art
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