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artist

Bruce Stark Lowney, American artist. National Endowment for Arts grantee, 1974; Western States Art Found grantee, 1979; recipient Louis Comport Tiffany award, 1974. Volunteer Peace Corps, Papua New Guinea, 1992-1994. Served with United States Army, 1962-1964.

Background

Lowney, Bruce Stark was born on October 16, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Franklin and Thelma (Poirier) Lowney.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, North Texas State University, 1959; Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1966.

Career

Printer-fellow Tamarind Lithography Workshop Inc., Los Angeles, 1967;printmaking supervisor Minneapolis College Art and Design, 1971. Visiting artist Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago, 1972, 77, Western Illinois State University, 1973.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One man shows, Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Santa Fe, 1975, 80, Louise Allrich Gallery, San Francisco, 1975, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York City, 1975, Hill's Gallery, Santa Fe, 1978, Elaine Horwitz, Santa Fe, 1982, Rettie y Martinez, Santa Fe, 1986. Group shows include, Library of Congress, 1975, University North Dakota, 1978, Allrich Gallery, 1977, Museum of Albuquerque, 1980. Represented in permanent collections, Chicago Art Institute, Yale University, Museum Fine Arts, Santa Fe, Minneapolis Museum Art, Northern Illinois University.

Membership

Volunteer Peace Corps, Papua New Guinea, 1992-1994. Served with United States Army, 1962-1964.

Connections

father:
Franklin Lowney

mother:
Thelma (Poirier) Lowney