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Luke Marston Coast Salish Artist

Luke Marston (Ts'uts'umutl) was born in 1976 to carvers Jane and David Marston. Learning from Coast Salish artist Simon Charlie and then working for five years at Thunderbird Park at the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, alongside Jonathan Henderson, Sean Whannock, Sean Karpes and his brother, John Marston, Luke has exhibited in Canada, the United States and Japan. He has had major commissions from the Canadian government, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, and the Vancouver Airport. The book by award-winning author Susan Fournier called “Shore to Shore, The art of Ts'uts'umutl Luke Marston” was recently released to coincide with the installation of his 14-foot bronze sculpture, Shore to Shore, (shown above) in Vancouver’s Stanley Park’s northeast, overlooking downtown.