Tony Lloyd has shown widely in Australia and internationally. His work is featured in publications such as ART + Climate = Change from Melbourne University Press, and New Romantics, Darkness and light in Australian Art by Simon Gregg.
Lloyd has had artist residencies at The British School at Rome, at Canvas International Art, Amsterdam, at 24HR Art studio in Beijing. He is currently artist in residence at the Hawthorn Arts Centre.
Lloyd’s paintings are in numerous public collections including the State Library of Victoria, Gippsland Art Gallery, RMIT Gallery, Artbank, the City of Boroondara and the City of Whitehorse. He has received recognitions for his work such as the John Leslie Art Prize, the Belle Arti Prize, the Sulman Highly Commended prize the Gold Coast Art prize People’s choice award, the RMIT Post Graduate Award as well as Development Grants from the Australia Council for the Arts.
In 2009 Gippsland Art Gallery presented Lost Highways a major survey of Lloyd’s work from 1999-2009.