About David Lloyd Brown
Painter and educator David Lloyd Brown is currently Associate Dean of Academic Affairs—Graduate Programs at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts. He has exhibited extensively for over 25 years, most recently in one person exhibitions at The New England School of Art & Design, The Artists Foundation Boston, and The Boston Drawing Project at the Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. From his widely exhibited paintings in the 1980s that explored the ornate and geometrically complex art of Baroque Abstraction, his work has evolved, according to curator Joseph Carroll of The Boston Drawing Project, into an “ongoing investigation of ordering systems and mark making.”
He is currently a member of the advisory board of the Artists Foundation, Massachusetts and serves on the board of overseers of The Boston Modern Orchestra Project. In 1983 he was a founding member of the 249 A Street Artists Cooperative in Boston and continues to live and work in that city.
He 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. David Lloyd Brown has taught painting, drawing and visual arts at the university level from 1989 until his most recent appointment at the Museum School.
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