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Timothy Lee Lloyd, American art educator. Recipient Artist of Distinction Fiber Metal Arts Minnesota Crafts Council, Lifetime Achivement award, 1998. Member Society North America Goldsmiths (distinguished), American Crafts Council, Minnesota Crafts Council (executive board 1986-1989, 93-95, 96—, Lifetime Achievement award 1998).


Lloyd, Timothy Lee was born on May 31, 1937 in Canton, Ohio, United States. Son of Donald J. and Wilma A. (Little) Lloyd.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Kent State University, 1960. Postgrad, Kent State University, 1960. Master of Fine Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1964.


Professor art, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, since 1964. Instructor Haystack Mountain School Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine, 1964. Visiting artist Duncan of Jordanstone College Art, Dundee, Scotland, 1978-1979.


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  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Stubhahn Gallery, Salzburg, Austria, 1971, Duncan of Jordanstone College, Dundee, Scotland, 1979, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1987, Raymond Avenue Gallery, St. Paul, 1988, 91, Carelton College Art Gallery, Northfield, Minnesota, 1993, Raymond Avenue Gallery, St. Paul, 1995. Exhibited in group shows at Canton (Ohio) Art Institute, 1959, Akron (Ohio) Art Institute, 1960, Wichita Art Association, Kansas, 1960, 85, Amerika Hause, Heidelberg, Germany, 1961, Museum Contemporary Crafts, New York City, 1962, American Federation Arts Traveling Exhibit: Young Americans, 1962-1963, Everhart Museum, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1967, Brooks Art Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee, 1967, Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Art Center, 1970, First National Bank, Minneapolis, 1973, Minnesota Museum Art, St. Paul, 1974, Rochester Art Center Gallery, 1977, University Wisconsin, River Falls Gallery, 1978, Zaner Gallery, Rochester, New York, 1982, Aaron Faber Gallery, 1985, Downey (California) Nus. Art, 1985, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, 1985, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1986, Esther Saks Gallery, Navy Pier, Chicago, 1986, 87, Javier Puig Decorative Arts, Minneapolis, 1991, others.

      Represented in permenent collectins including Smithsonian Institute National Air and Space Museum, Washington, Duncan of Jordanstone College Art, Dundee, Communications Resource Management Russell Museum, Great Falls, Montana, St. John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minnesota, Northwestern National Life Institute, Minneapolis, Maud Hill Family Foundation, St. Paul, Minnesota, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. Principal works include Carleton Centennial Medal, 1966, communion vessels Nidaros Lutheran Church, Ashland Wisconsin, 1966, communion vessels St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Ames Iowa, 1966, communion vessels, processional cross, 1973, Minnesota State Art Center award sculpture, 1969, 73, President's Medal, St. John's College, 1972, gift from city of Northfield to Sidney Rand, Ambassador to Norway, 1980, raised sterling vessel, Trustee award, Carleton College, 1980, Presidential medal, 1987, William Carleton medal, 1992.


Member Society North America Goldsmiths (distinguished), American Crafts Council, Minnesota Crafts Council (executive board 1986-1989, 93-95, 96—, Lifetime Achievement award 1998).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fly fishing, kayaking, canoeing.


Married Susan J. Lloyd, December 19, 1959. Children: Timothy Junior, Stephen.

Donald J. Lloyd

Wilma A. (Little) Lloyd

Susan J. Lloyd

Timothy Junior Lloyd

Stephen Lloyd