In his teenage years, Joe Castillo developed a passion for using art to tell stories. Joe has told his aWordStoriesa to audiences for more than thirty years. He also created aArtStorya presentations that combined those stories with illustrations drawn for live audiences. His newest adventure is aSandStory.a Drawing in sand on a light table, he is able to tell stories to music. These fluid illustrations are seen by the audience as they watch the images projected on a large screen. aSandStorya went viral on YouTube, and hundreds of invitations from around the world crowded his calendar. It became a totally unexpected new career. Joe wrote down the crazy adventures he and his wife Cindy were having on the road. This book is the inside record of the fun, fascinating, inspirational, and exciting adventure of how sand changed his life.Creating a SandStory Light Table The easiest way to get started working in sand is to make a trip to your local art-supply, super-department store, ... Usually you can find something about thirty inches square, with a smooth surface and white plexiglass cover. In the picture-frame department, find a frame about the same size as your light fixture. Get one ... Ifyou want to perform for a larger audience, you can.
|Publisher||:||WestBowPress - 2014-01-29|