After sculpting exclusively in bronze for large public monuments and hundreds of Christian church commissions, Schmalz continues to work on large scale projects around the world.

Schmalz philosophy on sculpture is simple; work should be beautiful and tell a story of something. Sculpture is a form of communication, just like speech. The power of the sculpture is determined by what is represented, for instance, a great historical event  is a subject that will lend itself to becoming a great sculpture.

Schmalz continues to seek powerful, meaningful, subject matter for new creations.



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May 2010

Currently working on The National Hockey Monument

Feb. 25-28, 2010

Toronto Art Expo - Solo Exhibition

November 2009

Ongoing exhibition: - In a Heart Beat Gallery, Eden Mills, Ontario

October 2009

Solo Exhibition "Trees, Women and Mythology" -Artworks Show, Kitchener, Ontario

August 2009

10th Annual juried Emerging Sculptors Exhibition, Sculptors Society of Canada, Toronto, Ontario

March 2009

Toronto Art Expo - More than five of Schmalz’ larger works in wood will be on exhibit at the 2009 Toronto Art Expo at the Metro Convention Centre Mar. 19-22.

Summer 2007

Waterloo Art Council - Schmalz' first sculpture in wood “Ask and Embla” received 1st Place in this annual juried exposition


Creates American Soldiers Memorial – Walkhill, New York
Created the Veterans Memorial – University Ave., Kitchener, Ontario
Created Soldiers Memorial- Blind River, Alaska


Creates 911 Memorial- City Of Kingston, New York

Various sculptures created: Life size  bronze Matt Talbot at the Pro Cathedral in  Dublin, Ireland and “A Celtic Vision”, an over life size sculpture of St. Patrick in Knock Shrine, County Mayo – Ireland


Creates the Fallen Firefighter Monument for the City of Kitchener firefighters, installed next to Centre in the Square


Life size bronze work, “Whatsoever You Do” created for Santo Spirito Hospital, Rome, Italy


National Mining Monument created for Bell Park in Sudbury, Ontario


Leaves Ontario College of Art and Design to apprentice with sculptors in Toronto

Wins first prize in the National Tea Art Competition sponsored by the Canadian Tea Council of Canada

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