by John Lloyd

John Lloyd was born in Kyoto where his parents and grandparents were missionaries. He lived in Kyoto and Yokkaichi for 12 years, going to public schools and became deeply immersed in Japanese culture.

He received a BFA from the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts University.

John Lloyd's paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the Northeast and in Europe, including the Andre Wauters Gallery, Ligoa Duncan Gallery, the Atlantic Gallery, the Right Bank Gallery; and the Open Center, New York City; the Delaware Art Museum and the Oriveden Opisto, Orivesi, Finland.

"I am interested in the places where nature returns to our lives: the weeds in a vacant lot, or animals in our dreams. My paintings reflect the puzzling human community of city streets, full of conflict and joy.

My work is often set in places where two worlds meet: rooftops where architecture joins the larger expanse of the clouds, stars, and the world beyond; and the seashore where we can literally walk from dry land into another element, water."

For Further Information contact:
John Lloyd
783 Union Street, 4L
Brooklyn, N.Y.

American Lotus (88K)

Leaping Frog (65K)

Pond in August (39K)

Secret Life of Central Park (46K)

Swampflowers (74K)

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