TORRANCE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For the first time in more than a decade, highly acclaimed American Expressionist Dan McCaw and his sons, John McCaw and Danny McCaw, will open the doors of their private working studio for a special exhibition of select new works. The opening reception of the MCCAW Collective will take place on Thursday, November 12 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the studio located at 1269 Satori Avenue in Old Torrance.
Rarely do a father and his two sons work under a single roof-- in a dynamic atmosphere where curiosity, open mindedness, and traditional wisdom co-mingle with experimentation, innovation and change.
The comprehensive MCCAW perspective is evident when taking into account the work flows from three individuals, spanning two generations, with sixty years of combined, consistent critical acclaim and recognition.
“The MCCAW objective examines, contemplates and directs a fresh look at contemporary issues such as the relationship between art and reality, memory and fantasy, symbols and anthropology, existential ideas and human psychology,” says Dan McCaw. “Within the walls of a static environment (the studio) a dynamic and constantly evolving relationship between artists, materials, ideas, and technique evolves as each expresses and explores the endless realm of possibilities.”
The exhibit will run until November 14, 2015.
To learn more about the MCCAW Collective, visit www.mccawcontemporary.com.