Matthew Lazure Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Matthew Lazure based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Matthew Lazure
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Fig. 122. Interlocking wrist grip for human chain. by Matthew Lazure
Marc's Shack 1 by Matthew Lazure
Degas Study by Matthew Lazure
Jen's Shack by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 45. Correct position for throwing ring buoy. by Matthew Lazure
Muffled by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 5 Washing a small cut. by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 131. Extending paddle to actively drowning victim. by Matthew Lazure
David Slaps Steve by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 132. Lifting unconscious victim into canoe. by Matthew Lazure
Heavy Handed by Matthew Lazure
Bearing the Burden by Matthew Lazure
Fig 94. Fireman's carry. Turning onto shoulders. by Matthew Lazure
Geek Love by Matthew Lazure
A Meeting with Steven Brent by Matthew Lazure
David Follows Steve by Matthew Lazure
Someone Enters Silently by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 100. Lift onto dock. by Matthew Lazure
They Came Ashore by Matthew Lazure
India- Mt. Abu by Matthew Lazure
Look, muscle-bound, consider the muscle. by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 40. Treading water using breast stroke kick. by Matthew Lazure
David Enters Cautiously by Matthew Lazure
Fig. 60. The swan dive. by Matthew Lazure
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About Matthew Lazure
Matthew Lazure has spent over 20 years refining his skills as both a skilled mosaic artist and as an award winning scenic designer. A graduate from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Matthew has spent most of his career in the Boston area designing, fabricating, and painting scenery and properties for theater and is a multiple recipient of the Boston Theatre Critics Association Elliot Norton Award for outstanding design.
Additionally, for the past decade Matthew has been an active member of the Brickbottom Artists Association and Gallery, one of the country's first and largest artist-developed live-work buildings, dedicated to preserving and expanding the arts in the greater Boston area. He has contributed as both guest juror and participating artist.
A recent relocation to Washington finds Matthew seeking new opportunities and developing new relationships with Seattle area galleries, theaters, and other arts organizations.