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A Friend is Someone Who Tile

$56.00

This cast bronze tile by artisan Timothy Schmalz is a reproduction of a tile featured in the Roycroft Campus’s new sculpture garden. This tile features the inscription “A Friend is Someone Who Knows All About You and Still Likes You” and measures 9″H x 7″L x 1″W.

About the artist:
World-renowned sculptor, Timothy Schmalz, created four bronze and copper sculptures featuring some of Elbert Hubbard’s most well-known mottos. These sculptures transform the quotations into beautiful works of art. “These sculptures celebrate the Roycroft spirit, human industry, optimism and love of life, which are just as relevant today as one hundred years ago.”

Timothy Schmalz has been recognized locally for his “Homeless Jesus” sculpture which was installed at Cathedral Park next to St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and for his works which reside across Canada, Ireland, in several churches in Rome, and at the Vatican. It is an honor to have his work on the historic Roycroft Campus.

Art is Not a Thing Tile

$56.00

This cast bronze tile by artisan Timothy Schmalz is a reproduction of a tile featured in the Roycroft Campus’s new sculpture garden. This tile features the inscription “Art is Not a Thing: It’s a Way” and measures 9″H x 7″L x 1″W.

About the artist:
World-renowned sculptor, Timothy Schmalz, created four bronze and copper sculptures featuring some of Elbert Hubbard’s most well-known mottos. These sculptures transform the quotations into beautiful works of art. “These sculptures celebrate the Roycroft spirit, human industry, optimism and love of life, which are just as relevant today as one hundred years ago.”

Timothy Schmalz has been recognized locally for his “Homeless Jesus” sculpture which was installed at Cathedral Park next to St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and for his works which reside across Canada, Ireland, in several churches in Rome, and at the Vatican. It is an honor to have his work on the historic Roycroft Campus.

Don’t Take Life Too Seriously Tile

$56.00

This cast bronze tile by artisan Timothy Schmalz is a reproduction of a tile featured in the Roycroft Campus’s new sculpture garden. This tile features the inscription “Don’t Take Life Too Seriously, You Will Never Get Out of it Alive” and measures 9″H x 7″L x 1″W.

About the artist:
World-renowned sculptor, Timothy Schmalz, created four bronze and copper sculptures featuring some of Elbert Hubbard’s most well-known mottos. These sculptures transform the quotations into beautiful works of art. “These sculptures celebrate the Roycroft spirit, human industry, optimism and love of life, which are just as relevant today as one hundred years ago.”

Timothy Schmalz has been recognized locally for his “Homeless Jesus” sculpture which was installed at Cathedral Park next to St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and for his works which reside across Canada, Ireland, in several churches in Rome, and at the Vatican. It is an honor to have his work on the historic Roycroft Campus.

Head Heart and Hand Tile

$56.00

This cast bronze tile by artisan Timothy Schmalz is a reproduction of a tile featured in the Roycroft Campus’s new sculpture garden. This tile features the inscription “Head, Heart, and Hand” and measures 9″H x 7″L x 1″W.

About the artist:
World-renowned sculptor, Timothy Schmalz, created four bronze and copper sculptures featuring some of Elbert Hubbard’s most well-known mottos. These sculptures transform the quotations into beautiful works of art. “These sculptures celebrate the Roycroft spirit, human industry, optimism and love of life, which are just as relevant today as one hundred years ago.”

Timothy Schmalz has been recognized locally for his “Homeless Jesus” sculpture which was installed at Cathedral Park next to St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and for his works which reside across Canada, Ireland, in several churches in Rome, and at the Vatican. It is an honor to have his work on the historic Roycroft Campus.

Home is Where the Heart Is Tile

$56.00

This cast bronze tile by artisan Timothy Schmalz is a reproduction of a tile featured in the Roycroft Campus’s new sculpture garden. This tile features the inscription “Home is Where the Heart is” and measures 9″H x 7″L x 1″W.

About the artist:
World-renowned sculptor, Timothy Schmalz, created four bronze and copper sculptures featuring some of Elbert Hubbard’s most well-known mottos. These sculptures transform the quotations into beautiful works of art. “These sculptures celebrate the Roycroft spirit, human industry, optimism and love of life, which are just as relevant today as one hundred years ago.”

Timothy Schmalz has been recognized locally for his “Homeless Jesus” sculpture which was installed at Cathedral Park next to St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and for his works which reside across Canada, Ireland, in several churches in Rome, and at the Vatican. It is an honor to have his work on the historic Roycroft Campus.