About Me


Jim Lloyd

Jim Lloyd studied printmaking at Ball State  University in Muncie, Indiana, and has been an artist/printmaker for  over 20 years.  Upon graduation Jim relocated to Chicago to pursue his  artistic endeavors. For over 20 years as an artist/printmaker Jim has  been exhibited with groups and individually at many of Chicago’s most  recognizable, and influential galleries. Jim has also been exhibited  extensively regionally, and nationally at  Art Museums, Libraries,  Municipal/Community Centers, Colleges, Universities, and some of the  most prestigious juried Art/printmaking/drawing exhibitions in the  United States. Jim’s work is also maintained in various public and  private collections.



Printmaking is the process of making artworks by printing, normally on paper.  Printmaking normally covers only the process of creating prints that  have an element of originality, rather than just being a photographic  reproduction of a painting.

"Extracting The Nectar From The Fruit of Misery" Etching aquatint.

My Inspiration

(This is a silly question!)