Lloyd studied Fine Arts—painting—at The University of Texas and abstract - non objective painting with Frank Hursh. In addition, he studied Interior Design at The University of Texas. Lloyd was awarded two scholarships for his competitive design portfolios.Lloyd was responsible for the design of numerous Federated (Belk’s and Foley’s) stores while employed with Richard Roeder Associates.
While serving in Vietnam in 1969 -1970, Lloyd presented examples of his creative and artistic skills became an official combat zone artist for the US Navy. In Vietnam, and on temporary assignment to Japan, he became engaged with Buddhist iconography, images and related practices.
After military service, Lloyd worked in architectural design and architectural illustrations. He became the Interior Architecture Department Director for an international architectural company in the Southwest US. In 1984 he moved to New Mexico to continue the architectural design and illustrations career as an independent contractor.
Lloyd was a juried member of the Santa Fe Society of Artists. He was a gallery artist at Edith Lambert Gallery, Canyon Road, Santa Fe and was a Gallery Artist/Owner at The Artists Gallery in Santa Fe.
In 2009 Lloyd began painting again full time. He is currently developing a practical workshop on embracing the mystery of creativity and is offering both private lessons and group workshops for those interested in Expressive Abstract Painting and Drawing.
Lloyd Brown's present studio/workshop is in the village of Corrales, NM. In recent years he has shown his work in several area galleries and he has collectors in major art centers in the US, Europe, Japan, China.
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