In Timothy P. Schmalz's "I Knew You in the Womb," an angel weeps over an empty cradle. This sculpted image is powerfully pro-life, and is a touching memorial for any child that has been lost.
Reflect on Matthew 25 with Timothy P. Schmalz's sculpture representation, "When I Was in Prison." This beautiful sculpture of an inmate's hands resting on bars with wounds embodies the Gospel message.
Originally created as one half of a diptych, "Mother Mary - Alpha & Omega" by Timothy P. Schmalz is one of the most beautiful sculptures of the Madonna and Child. When placed in proximity to its counterpart, "The Pieta," the space between the two sculptures captures Christ's life. His sacrifice is evident when highlighted through the enveloping embrace of Our Lady.