- Dimensions: 5.5″x6.5″x5″
- Miniature of life-sized sculpture
- By Timothy P. Schmalz
- Inspired by Hebrew 13:2 found in the New Testament
- Bronze Finished Stone-Resin
The inspiration of the work arises from a passage from Hebrew 13:2 found in the New Testament: “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares”. Timothy personally sculpts every original small masterpiece complete with his signature or monogram. Each replica is detailed by hand to the exacting standards of this modern day master sculptor.
“Christian sculpture acts for many as a gateway into the Gospels and the viewer’s own spirituality.” Says Timothy
On September, 2019, the large bronze version was installed in St. Peters Square Rome and the smaller bronze was installed in St. Paul’s Basilica, Rome. On the 26th of April 2017, the original small model was blessed by Pope Francis in St. Peters Square and…
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