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Callahan McVay

Callahan McVay was born in 1974 and grew up on Whidbey Island in Washington among a band of wild chainsaw-wielding wood artists. He carved his first piece in wood at the age of six, and stayed with the medium for eight years. At 14, he was introduced to glass by Bob Mitchell, and quickly became obsessed.

His artwork is inspired by the emotional depths of color, pattern, texture and light. He is captivated by melodic and meditative patterns that emerge one piece at a time. His current art works can be viewed in galleries in Washington State and around the world.

Among his accomplishments are serving as a guest speaker at the Seattle Art Museum- Seattle, Washington in July 2004. In February 2003, he was a resident artist at the Moho Bay Camps, U.S. Virgin Islands. He has also served as a guest speaker at The Industrial Collage of the U.S. Armed Forces and in October 2000 was featured in Seattle Home & Lifestyles.

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If you are interested in the piece that you see here, call us at 708-345-8770
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Please note that most of these pieces are original, one-of-a-kind works of art.
If a piece you see here is no longer available, we will try to find another that is comparable.

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