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June 07, 1991 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-07

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a black guy painting Jews.'
"I look at the artist as a
product," he says. "It has to
be the best product and it
has to be real. You're not out
there to fool anybody."
In that vein, Mr. McCall
boasts a resume quite unlike
most others. It includes the
obligatory occupation and
current projects, but it also
lists his favorite publica-
tions (everything from
Essence to Hadassah), his
idols (his parents) and a list
of things he's never done,
which includes visiting
Africa and Israel.

Mr. McCall sold one work
from "Tribute to the Jewish
People" to Yeshiva Universi-
ty, and produced a limited edi-
tion china plate which he
gave to former Prime Minis-
ter Golda Mein He plans to
travel to Europe to present
the "Tribute" series to
various Jewish community
centers damaged during
World War II.
A number of Jewish organ-
izations own his work.
Often, Mr. McCall will ar-
range that one-third of the
purchase price goes to chari-
ty. The artist's favorite
charity is assisting battered
women, though he also has
contributed to the Chabad
House in Las Vegas, where
he owns a condominium, and
to the America-Israel
Friendship House.
Mr. McCall prefers pain-
ting in the evening in his
Brooklyn studio. Usually, he
listens to music while he
works. While sketching the
"Tribute to the Jewish Peo-
ple," Gershwin was a favor-
ite.
Mr. McCall works in
pastel, watercolors and
something called Vaseline,
about which he refuses to di-
vulge details. "I can't tell
you the technique," he says.
As a final touch, the artist
puts a title to each drawing.

The word "tradition"
features prominently in a
number of the titles, though
there are a few less conven-
tional, too, like "If the Blues
Was Whiskey I'd Be Drunk
All the Time."
With a staff of three to
handle administration and
public relations, Mr. McCall
says his works include "the
finest matting, the finest
glass —everything is the
best."
A limited edition series,
"A Tribute to the Jewish
People" comprises originals,
prints, posters, figurines and
collectibles. E

Piano Students
In Concert

The piano students of
Jocelyn Krieger will perform
in concert 2 p.m. June 9 at
Prentis Manor Jewish Home
for Aged.

Jocelyn Krieger

The Music Minors, a
children's chorus ages 5-7,
will open the program. A
feature will be the students'
musical tribute to composers
of Afro-American and Jewish
heritage entitled "Songs of
My People."
Southfield performers are:
Sandra Cohen, Estee
Eisenberg, Brandalyn Fulton,
Deena Kresch, Naomi and

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