Lloyd Gill's paintings aim to explore and question the notion of space and our reality of it. Lloyd Gill's fascination with trying to understand the universe, the relationship between spatial dimensions and perception, in conjunction with art and science, has led him to investigate and research some of the most recent and complex of scientific and theoretical ideas. Applying his investigative research and theoretical study, by reflecting and developing them within a visual language, Lloyd hopes to make his paintings, "depict a reality which represents more than three dimensions of space." After successfully completing his Fine Art degree, Lloyd Gill won the Governor's Prize, Student of the Year Award, and the Harry Walker Prize, 2002, at Bath's Victoria Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the UK, including the countries capital and major city galleries, Lloyd Gill now lives and works in Weston Super Mare, UK.