He was born in Hermosillo, Sonora, MX.
He lives and works in Hermosillo, Sonora.
Among the young and current generation of Mexican painters, the artistic personality of David Ozuna Huerta stands out, graduated with a degree in plastic arts from the University of Sonora in 2010, and his frequent participation in collective and individual exhibitions in Mexico and in the United States of America. Evidence on the one hand his intense work pace and on the other his concern to go through all the paths of the plastic trade as a necessary learning to consolidate his own ways of expression and mature his own artistic voice that will lead him without a doubt, to a place of privilege in the national plastic arts.
His pictorial work is a constant search that varies from mimetic realism to pure structural forms, exposed composition axes, textures and strong contrasting colors combined with gestural graphics that little by little has been creating his own language and the foundations of his personality. .
His theme, as well as his plastic forms, is variable and ranges from the practice of portraiture, in which he has achieved notable successes, to figurative expression for the purpose of formal plasticity and lately some forays into social realism reminiscent of German expressionism.
A tireless traveler abroad and particularly in the various states of the country, he has rightly sought to live and learn from the cultural roots of each region he visits, considering that Mexico is a multicultural and multiethnic nation in which knowledge of any national cultural expression.
Such is and has been the path traveled until today by the young Sonoran painter David Ozuna Huerta who currently lays the foundations for his future plastic work and who, based on his daily work, will be as valuable as his first pictorial glimpses.
He has participated in around eighty collective and eighteen individual exhibitions in countries such as the United States, Canada and Mexico. His work can be found in different collections in Germany, Canada, the United States, Mexico, Spain, Italy and Argentina.