Crucifixion of Christ told in Sand Drawing by Joe Castillo..Wow..Sand Art!!





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Published on Jul 24, 2010

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The Passion is the Christian theological term used for the events and suffering -- physical, spiritual, and mental -- of Jesus in the hours before and including his trial and execution by crucifixion. The Crucifixion of Jesus is an event central to Christian beliefs. The passion of Jesus Christ is the climax of each of the four New Testament Gospels, and is the fulfillment of many Old Testament prophecies concerning the coming Jewish Messiah.

For Christian faith, the passion of Jesus is not simply a heroic and poignant death confined to past history. The passion of Jesus lives on in the faith and experience of the Christian community.

A dramatic depiction of the betrayal, beating and crucifixion of Christ performed to the powerful music of Mel Gibson's motion picture, "The Passion of the Christ." In this live art presentation Joe Castillo uses Sand Animation (SandStory). SandyStory is the most compelling new art form of the 21st Century. Mixing sand and light, pictures are formed and reformed into ever changing shapes and images that tell visually powerful stories. Set to music, these images inspire, challenge and motivate in a captivating way. This art performance by Joe Castillo is done live and projected on screens for a powerful and standing ovation experience! More than entertained, people will walk away inspired, remembering the message in a way they will never forget. Joe Castillo is one of the first and certainly the premier "SandStory" artist in the world today. Joe Castillo is an internationally known artist, author and storyteller. He has traveled to fourteen countries, performed for world leaders and churches across the country.


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