The combined work of 14 artists, this Stations of the Cross is a moving and interesting piece of art. I especially like the depiction of Jesus's second fall. Stylistically, I enjoy the juxtoposition of the realism and symbolism in this piece. I like the carnival masks of the observers, showing smiles caught out of season. I appreciate the contrast, here, between the seriousness and the frivelousness of sin. This piece is conscience of its place in the stations. Being the second but not final fall, we feel the progression, the repetition and the growing and increasing weight carried by Christ.
(Via Dave Hegeman of The Native Tourist.)