TESTIMONIALS

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  • Howard Fox

    April 21, 2020

    McCall observed how passers-by would respond to the completed sand paintings with surprise, curiosity, and speculations over their origin and meaning; for divorced from any expected context, they seemed more like displaced artifact than selectively place art. Nothing about these beach paintings was fixed or definitive – not even their existence: ultimately, they were abandoned to the elements. Sometimes they blew away, leaving color traces like a ghost image in the sand; sometimes they were laved away by the tide or the rain. There was a strongly romantic spirit to McCall’s allowing their random destruction, just as there had been in their unseemly presence. ... Read More

  • Walter Hopps

    April 21, 2020

    In the studio, McCall had a set piece of decorations that had a function, a kind of a curious artwork… it was called the Tentacle Room, and all sorts of people from the art world would hang out there… the more adventurous ones, that is. ... Read More

  • Peter Frank

    April 21, 2020

    A fervent student of Jungian thought, McCall is preoccupied not just with the basic natural forces which act upon human existence, but with the shape that human perception of these forces takes – in other words, with the relationship between self and universe and the visual “language” that relationship brings about. ... Read More

  • Dave Delcambre

    April 21, 2020

    McCalls’s art shifts and morphs, embraces the multi-disciplinary, stays on the move and continually challenges. Yet it also remains sly. Closer inspection beckons. His work manages to intrigue on many levels, as if it knows something you don’t. ... Read More

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