George Lloyd: is a widely exhibited painter and draftsman. He is a native Bostonian who studied at both Rhode Island School of Design and Yale University. He began his career in the San Francisco Bay Area back in 1969 when he was invited to teach at UC Berkeley. The two drawings shown in this issue, which were made in Berkeley in 1975, are representative of the figurative nature of his work during that formative phase of his career. In the mid 80s, he left the Bay Area and returned east to New England where he has since remained. His work is represented in public and private collections in the USA and abroad.