450 Harrison Avenue, Studio #305
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Painter and educator David Lloyd Brown has exhibited for over 30 years in exhibitions in the United States, England and The Netherlands including, one person exhibitions at The Chapel at Hull University, The Haven Gallery, Boston UK, The Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, Spalding, and Arts Coritani, Swineshead all in the United Kingdom. In Boston, MA from over 20 one-person exhibitions, shows include the NK Gallery, The New England School of Art & Design, The Artists Foundation Boston, and The Boston Drawing Project at the Bernard Toale Gallery.
Group exhibitions include Fanfare at the Saint Botolph Club, Boston, MA, The Poetic Dialogue Project at the Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, and the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. His work is in many private and public collections including Fidelity and Putnam Associates.
David Lloyd Brown received his Master of Fine Arts in 1986 from Cornell University and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1979. He has taught painting, drawing and visual arts at the university level from 1989 until he joined the staff at the School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts where he served as Associate Dean of Graduate Programs at the school until 2014.
I use templates as if they were genetic building blocks to make paintings using oil and acrylic and drawings using carbon based materials in charcoal and ebony pencils. They become the compositional tools that allow me to find an aesthetic expression where change is inevitable and where order can coexist with continuous change.