Planning an event can be taxing, but the rewards for your efforts can extend beyond measure. Whether you are looking to raise money for your nonprofit or provide a memorable night for your Christian family, the Splat Experience is sure not to disappoint. With a deeply felt appreciation of Christ’s sacrifice, the group specializes in delivering the Truth of His Word through a vibrant, multi-media experience that will make a lasting impression on audiences of all ages. This Christian painter combines powerful worship music and spoken word. The live creation of hand-based artwork on a larger-than-life canvas combined with the passion of Christian artists Marc Eckel, The Splat Experience will ensure that your event sparkles.
The dynamism, talent, and flexibility of these artists is evident in a series of videos that will no doubt captivate those looking to infuse their event with entertainment that displays a Christ-filled message at its core.
Christian Painting with Splat Experience
The power of live musical performances is exhibited in this clip from The Worship Wall. Mark Eckel’s impressive capacity for using his mind, hand, and heart to produce bold artistic masterpieces shines demonstrating the potent collaborative energy between worship music and Christian painting.
Mark Eckel’s impeccable timing gleams in this presentation of the Truth of Christ’s gift of forgiveness. Accompanied by a powerful spoken-word message, inspiring music. This painting grasps the soul’s attention, and audience participation in the construction of a joint artistic creation that symbolizes all of the humankind’s envelopment in Christ’s endless love.
The beauty of Eckel’s talent courses through his motions and results in a striking vision of his enthusiasm for sharing his devotion to the Word of Christ. Colors, gestures, music and poetic words combine to depict the influence of Christ’s message and the promise of his coming reign. Eckel demonstrated that the power of Christ’s Word and sacrifice still abounds in the world and can take shape in innumerable ways.
The Splat Experience is energized to inspire, entertain, and delight. Fueled by Christian Love and a diverse array of talents that have been honed through years of practice, this Jesus Painter will leave your audience with a sense of having witnessed something truly special. Whatever your event goals are, you will find an eager and demonstrably successful partner in the Splat Experience.
Q: Who is the creator of Splat Experience a Christian Performance Art Ministry and what is his background?
A: Marc Eckel was an illustrator for General Motors in the Detroit area
Q: What makes this Christian Painter different?
A: He is able to create a painting with very limited time, bypassing using paint brushes, instead using his bare hands to throw paint on the canvas.
Q: Other than the Splat Experience, ,what have others called this amazing Christian Painter?
A: Jesus painter, the best Christian Outreach, Jesus painting, painting of Jesus, live Christian Art, pictures of Jesus and Jesus Christ Pictures,
Q: How many paintings does Marc Eckel perform in his Christian Performance Art Ministry?
A: Marc now performs 10 different modern christian art paintings.
Q: How did the Splat Experience get it’s start?
A: It was April 16, 2000 – Palm Sunday. The Billy Sprague song “How Could You Say No?” was to be performed by Tracie Daniel, accompanied by the live praise band at the Troy Baptist Church in Troy, Michigan (currently named Woodside Bible Church.)
The dramatic flair and swift artistic brilliance of Marc Eckel are on full display in this video that demonstrates the live creation of a massive piece of Christ-centered artwork as part of a performance. Molly McClelland was involved with drama at TBC. She envisioned an illustration which would come to life during the song. She approached a church member, Marc Eckel, about creating this Christian Art Ministry.
Amazing Christian Performance Art Ministry
The combination of the music and visual aid were very well received. The first performance would become a pattern for what would become “The Sacrifice” – Splat Experience’s first presentation.
Marc and his family moved to northern Indiana in 2001. The following year, George Paiva (pastor of The First Baptist Church of Pierceton) asked Marc to be on a planning committee for their Easter services. Marc offered to reproduce the performance done two years earlier for two services. On March 31, 2002, the small country church witnessed the emotional and dramatic worship presentations with an added twist. After the paintings were completed Marc raised red painted hands to symbolize the blood of Christ on the hands of all sinners. The response was overwhelming.
Within several weeks George and Marc decided to pursue the potential of what was presented during these performances. Due to the technique of splattering paint, the name “SPLAT” was adopted. Since the performance was experiential,George suggested adding the word “EXPERIENCE.”
Splat Experience was established as a Christian Performance Art Ministry in late April of 2002.