Homeless Jesus.
 Schmalz, Timothy P.

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Title:Homeless Jesus
Notes:"Christian sculpture acts for many as a gateway into the Gospels and the viewer’s own spirituality. After looking at an interesting piece of art the viewer is curious. “Who is this man on a cross? Why does he suffer?” The more powerful the representation of the art, the more powerful the questions become." Timothy Schmalz, from: http://www.sculpturebytps.com/about-the-artist/
Date:approximately 2000
Artist:Schmalz, Timothy P.
Building:King's University College, Western University
Object/Function:Sculpture, freestanding
Material:Metal
City/Town:Ontario
State:ON
Country:Canada

Scripture:Luke 9:51-62
Person as Subject:Jesus Christ
Lectionary links:CProp08
General Subject:Homelessness

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Record Number:56181 Last Updated: 2016-06-24 10:02:26 Record Created: 2016-05-09 14:51:09
Institution:Vanderbilt University Unit: Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition