1946/47 Indian/Jawa Motorcycle Rust Art Installation Project 2019
Dave McInnis Vincent is a Motorcycle Artist who currently lives on Vancouver Island, BC. Dave has been creating motorcycle related art since 1985. Beginning his career as an airbrush artist in a very competative motorcycle industry, he worked commercially for various motorcycle dealerships and independant motorcycle shops that included companys such as Yamaha, Kawasaki, and Harley Davidson. Dave McInnis Vincent graduated with highest honours from International Correspondence Schools of Montreal Quebec with a Motorcycle Repair Diploma in 1986. Dave went on to study at N.A.I.T Fairview College, Northern Campus and graduated with certification in 1989 as a motorcycle technician. He went on to develop his fine art portfolio while apprenticing as a welder and mechanic, building motorcycles and fire engines. He worked his way across Alberta and British Columbia, Canada until he ran out of highway in Vancouver where his extensive portfolio gained him entrance into Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. There he studied a variety of disiplines, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts in 2002.
Dave McInnis Vincent currently resides and works independantly within his home studio/shop near Port Alberni, BC. His work is a constant examination of his Celtic and Indiginous ethnic background, technical and artistic skills, through which he constantly recognizes the association between struggling through mistakes and eventual successes while moving forward in developing his abilities and realizing his journey to the final product..."Motorcycle Related Art"