Radio Diary: Inside Artist Lloyd Williams' River Bank Art Gallery
You’re walking along a river bank in an American city. All of a sudden, you bump into … an art gallery.
Artist Lloyd Williams has set up a small outdoor gallery next to the Charles River in Boston. His business has struggled in the pandemic. So he’s stepped outside — leaning his artwork up against stone benches as he paints. Wearing a mask with an Ankh — the Egyptian key of life — he strikes up conversations with passers by.
In this diary … we hear from:
Lloyd Williams, owner and operator of Boston Custom Cards.
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