RFM McInnis, Available Artwork

Model with Avocado Plant
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (16x12 in) 2017
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Towards the Mountains
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (9x9 in) 2003
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Late Afternoon
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (9x9 in) 1997
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Hay Bales
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (9x9 in) 1997
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Three Trees
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (8x10 in) 2008
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Fields & Mountains, Winter
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (9x9 in) 1998
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Saskatchewan Farm, Spring
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (9x9 in) 1998
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Yellow House & Avocado
RFM McInnis
Oil on Canvas (30x36 in) 2008
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Road to Altamont
RFM McInnis
Oil on Canvas (36x48 in) 2011
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Winter Houses With Tree
RFM McInnis
Oil on Canvas (24x24 in) 2007
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Ballerina on White Chair
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x16 in) 2014
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Black Tree in Winter
RFM McInnis
Oil (24x30 in) 2014
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Poles Apart
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x16 in) 2014
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Model Seated on a White Chair
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2015
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Seated in an Empty Room
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2015
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Uncle Gramps, 75
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2014
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Black Ribbon
RFM McInnis
Oil on Panel (16x12 in) 2014
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Girl With Messy Hair, White Slip
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2014
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Black Slip
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2014
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The Yellow Room
RFM McInnis
Oil (16x12 in) 2014
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RFM McInnis

(1942)

RFM McInnis was born in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1942. After receiving a Diploma in Fine and Applied Arts in 1961 he spent five years in the Royal Canadian Air Force as a photographer. "It was the nearest to making pictures I could do and still earn a living in those days". Thus began a career of traveling and painting. McInnis has lived and painted in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. These experiences have provided McInnis an opportunity to get to know the history, the people, the terrain, and the art scene of most of Canada. During his stay in Calgary in the late 1970's he was commissioned to do portraits of the leaders of the Progressive Conservative Party which currently hang in the National Headquarters building in Ottawa. In 2006 he relocated to the city of Winnipeg. He finds inspiration in the city's locations and landscapes and has completed a series of paintings of views from his studio window.

Links

RFM McInnis paintings in the collection of the Art Gallery of Alberta

RFM McInnis
The artist’s website

Through the Eyes of an Artist, Season 2
Circa 1987 McInnis documentary hosted by Leslie Nielsen (Scroll down to middle of page)