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artist , educator

Marius Lane Starkey, American artist, educator. Recipient purchase award and best of show Art in the Woods, Overland Park, Kansas, 1987, grant award Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico 2002. Board directors, chair arts committee San Francisco-Osaka Sister City Association, since 1995, delegate Osaka, 1997, 40th Anniversary Celebration, Osaka I House, Japan, 1997.

Background

Starkey, Marius Lane was born on October 21, 1954 in Sterling, Kansas, United States. Son of James and Nedra (McIrvin) Starkey.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas, 1976. Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking, Croydon (England) College, 1982. Student, Kansas City (Missouri) Art Institute, 1975.

Career

Artist in residence Young Audiences, Kansas City, Missouri, 1986-1989, Young Audiences, Bay Area, San Francisco, 1989-1994, Learning Through Education in Arts, San Francisco, 1994-1997. Artist Vorpal Gallery, since 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One and two-person shows include Art Center Group, London, 1979, Kansas City Artist Coalition, 1986, Osaka (Japan) Contemporary Art Center, 1989, 91, 97, Kaibundo Gallery, Kobe City, Japan, 1989, 91, 94, 97, Joy Horwich Gallery, Chicago, 1990, McKesson World Headquarters, San Francisco, 1992, Gallery Chako, Tokyo, 1995, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, 1996, Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco, 1997, 1999. Exhibited in group shows at Morley Gallery, London, 1982, Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, 1984, 85, Kansas City Museum, 1985, Museum Hudson Highland, 1988, Dupage Club, Oakbrook, Illinois, 1992, Lake Onzui Wako Museum, Japan, 1992, McKesson World Headquarters, San Francisco, 1994, Kaleidoscope Bayfront Gallery, San Francisco, 1995, Kiabundo Gallery, Kobe, Japan, 1995, NUAL 12th Annual National Juried Show, Redding, California, 1996. Represented in permanent collections at Nelson Atkins Museum Print Collection, Kansas City, Helen Foresman Spenser Museum Art, Lawrence, Kansas, Hallmark Cards, Kansas City, Twenty-First Century Collections, Kansas City.

Membership

Board directors, chair arts committee San Francisco-Osaka Sister City Association, since 1995, delegate Osaka, 1997, 40th Anniversary Celebration, Osaka I House, Japan, 1997.

Connections

Married Maria Mejia, May 23, 1979.

father:
James Starkey

mother:
Nedra (McIrvin) Starkey

spouse:
Maria Mejia