Steve Coffey

Steve Coffey was born in Portage la Prairie and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After completing an MFA at the University of Regina in 1990, he practiced as a metal sculptor, eventually finding his way to oil painting. He now lives in Vulcan, Alberta with his wife and two daughters, dividing his time between painting and performing with his band, The Lokels. 

Noting influences such as The Group of Seven, Emily Carr, and Alex Colville, Coffey’s paintings feature impressionistic prairie landscapes. Shimmering light and nostalgia permeate his swirling skies and clotheslines as he paints largely from memory.

He has exhibited extensively and his work can be found in private and public collections throughout North America and Europe.

Artwork by Steve Coffey

Lunar Neighbours
Lunar Neighbours24″ x 36″
Soft Forest
Soft Forest18″ x 36″
Late Rains
Late Rains20″ x 20″
Late Day Roll
Late Day Roll36″ x 48″
Melting Field
Melting Field36″ x 40″
Late Summer Wash
Late Summer Wash48″ x 30″
Broken Fence
Broken Fence20″ x 20″SOLD
Afternoon Drift
Afternoon Drift12″ x 16″
Day Farm
Day Farm36″ x 24″
Moonlight Contemplate
Moonlight Contemplate40″ x 30″
Dust Dusk
Dust Dusk12″ x 16″
Laundry Day
Laundry Day20″ x 26″
Summer Slide
Summer Slide20″ x 26″SOLD
The Cows to Water
The Cows to Water24″ x 36″
The Summer Mill
The Summer Mill24″ x 36″
Two Trees
Two Trees36″ x 18″