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‘Homeless Jesus’ has no place in our neighborhood

Jerry Dawson of the St. Alban’s neighborhood doesn’t like the “Homeless Jesus” sculpture installed last weekend in front of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, on Caldwell Lane. (See Feb. 24, 2014, “Homeless Jesus finds a home in front of St. Alban’s”) He’s asked neighborhood leaders to take a stand against the artwork. The homeowners association president has agreed to put the topic on the agenda for the next meeting. But leaders say they don’t think the neighborhood has any jurisdiction over the church’s decision.

To the editor:

letter to the editor logoSt. Alban’s Episcopal Church has placed a sculpture at the entrance to our neighborhood that I think is entirely inappropriate for our neighborhood.

My complaint is not about the art-worthiness or the meaning behind the sculpture. It is about people driving into our beautiful, reasonably upscale neighborhood and seeing an ugly homeless person sleeping on a park bench. It is also about walking by this sculpture at night and passing within inches of the grim reaper. These are the impressions that this sculpture gives. I have stepped over actual homeless people sleeping on a sidewalk in New York City and not been as creeped out as I am walking past this sculpture.

Artist Timothy Schmalz's work is in front of St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Davidson. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)

Artist Timothy Schmalz’s work is in front of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Davidson. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)

If I had submitted this sculpture to our architectural committee to place in front of my house, would it have been approved? Why, then, should we accept this at the entrance of our neighborhood?

In my opinion, the church had no business putting this obviously controversial sculpture out for display to our neighborhood. If they want to display it to their own congregation, then they can relocate it farther in on their property, facing their own internal sidewalk, instead of facing ours.

Jerry Dawson
Resident of St. Alban’s Square

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22 Responses to “‘Homeless Jesus’ has no place in our neighborhood”

  1. Deb Cameron says:

    (Via Facebook) To me this is one of the most moving pieces of art I have ever seen. I am also a resident of the St. Alban’s neighborhood.

  2. Rick Brunschwyler says:

    (Via Facebook) I’m just glad I’m not the president of the HOA who has to deal with that guy.

  3. Leigh-Ann Mueller says:

    (Via Facebook) We had an issue several years ago with a neighbor complaining about the church bells. My question is this: Why do these complainers choose to knowingly live in a neighborhood with a church if they are going to be so easily offended?

  4. Laura Foust says:

    (Via Facebook) – “Ugly homeless person” He’s offended by a statue of an “ugly homeless person sleeping on a park bench.” But a beautiful homeless person would be ok? Or an ugly ‘wealthy’ person would be ok?

  5. George Berger says:

    (Via Facebook) We live in neighboring McConnell and are members of the St. Alban’s church congregation. And we love the sculpture–as art, and as a symbol of many things, including as a memorial. In my opinion, the location is perfectly appropriate for precisely the reasons Mr. Dawson describes. In part, the sculpture calls us to think about the intolerance of people toward others….

  6. Bruce Huffstetler says:

    (Via Facebook) I can’t help but notice that Mr Dawson said he “stepped over actual homeless people on the sidewalk” while living in New York. That’s all I need to know about him and his aversion to “ugly homeless” people. Wouldn’t it be ironic if, by some misfortune, he found himself down and out; cold and hungry, sleeping on a sidewalk? I would hope that someone would feed and clothe him so as to remind him of all the people that were a mere “obstacle” to him.

  7. John Wiese says:

    Wow! When I saw the article I was excited to go and visit the art piece. It sounds beautiful and meaningful to me. Never did the idea of someone being offended by art work on church property come to my mind. To me it is a great visual for teaching us all a powerful lesson no matter what your religion. Can not wait to see it in person and I sure hope the church bells are ringing when I am there.

  8. Rebecca N. Ruhlen says:

    (Via Facebook) I’m always glad to see our local churches comforting the afflicted … and afflicting the comfortable.

  9. Connie Wessner says:

    I’d like to add my name to the growing list of folks who welcome the sculpture. We live on Ashby Drive, and we would welcome the opportunity to play host to a sculpture that so beautifully memorializes the grace and open heart that Kate MacIntyre lent this community in her years with us. Thank you, St Alban’s for having the courage to embrace a challenging piece of art that calls us to question our individual responses to the most marginalized people in our society. Davidson’s affluence ought not to insulate us from the world in which we live and the challenges and inequities that our neighbors face every day.

  10. Cary Johnston says:

    I find this statue very meaningful and beautifully done. It also conveys a message we all need to hear. Please, St. Albans, leave it right where it is in the “upscale” neighborhood where it belongs.

  11. Holly Larsen says:

    Dear Jerry Dawson,
    I don’t know what is more “creepy.” The homeless man? Or the leg who stepped over him. Are you only realizing now what you have done? Or will you ever?
    For a “reasonably upscale” person, you don’t seem to have much in the way of thinking very deeply. Not only does your creepy leg step over destitute people in New York, it comes home to NC to brag about it. And then, when you are reminded at the entrance of your “reasonably upscale neighborhood” of all your “stepping over” – you get offended. Truly, you have a dizzying intellect.

  12. Ann Fox says:

    (Via Facebook) I agree with all the eloquent comments that have been posted in response to this letter so far. What chills me to the bone is the phrase “ugly homeless person.” Ugly laws were once the norm in our country, barring disabled people from appearing in public, discounting citizenship to others based on appearance. I’m sure a homeless person would be less “ugly” in the letter-writer’s eyes if they had the same privilege and resources that he does: if they had access to a home, medical care, good food, and clothing. But to insist on “ugliness” as a disqualifier of humanity is to somehow fall prey to the notion that looks matter above all. It is to assume that what looks different cannot be good; it is to assume nothing insidious, chilling, or bad can be behind a facade of prettiness. And that’s a kind of complacency and smugness that this work of art firmly retorts against.

  13. John Kennedy says:

    Good art should be provocative, make us notice, make us think, stimulate a conversation. When art like this is introduced it can have a shocking effect, hence the initial letter. With time and insightful dialogue it can be better understood by what it means to each observer, by the artist’s intent.

    It is good and healthy for our community that Homeless Jesus has stimulated conversation, making us more engaged, thoughtful, and hopefully more intentional in what we do. My take on this sculpture comes from what I think is the artist’s source:

    ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.’
    Matthew 25:45

  14. Jack Barry says:

    (via Facebook) I was struck by the comment a woman made during a brief piece on this on Channel 6 local news the other night. While being interviewed she stated that she saw the sculpture while driving by and (thinking it real) was concerned for the safety of the neighborhood. Not that she was concerned for the safety of the poor man huddled so pitifully on the bench, but for the neighborhood. Thank goodness, I don’t live in her neighborhood.

    See Feb. 25, 2014, WCNC.com, “Homeless Jesus’ sculpture sparks controversy”

  15. Ann Sheaffer Gibert says:

    (via Facebook) I was concerned about her comment as well, Jack. First, if you have ever spent any time with the homeless, you will know that they live in far greater fear of US than the other way around, because they are completely vulnerable. Second, I will also say that I know the family who donated the statue, and they have said that another resident took the guy some food and a blanket. I may be feeling a bit defensive here, because I did used to live in Davidson, but I will say that I hope most people would react like the neighbor who tried to help, but THAT part of the story won’t get any press. That being said, I hope this will be the beginning of an honest discussion of the issue of homelessness in our area. We need to encounter these folks, not just a statue of one, to understand the problem. I’d like to invite all those who are scared to find a place that participates in Room in the Inn (a program of the Urban Ministries) and volunteer to help. It has changed the lives of many of my friends and it has RADIALLY changed our perceptions of the homeless.

  16. Emma Mahoney says:

    I think the sculpture is beautiful and it has done what true art is supposed to. It has made us stop, think, discuss and figure out what we really believe in and stand for. Just for that reason alone it should stay.

  17. Thomas Hazel says:

    My gratitude to Mr. Dawson for getting the conversation going. I get a feeling Mr Dawson may be the artist’s uncle trying to promote the work of his nephew Timothy P. Schmalz. “Homeless Jesus” seems perfectly located and, along with Mr Dawson, reminds us that WE ALL too often step over and ignore that part of our society which makes us uncomfortable. Please don’t attack Mr. Dawson as it goes against the spirit of loving our neighbors–homeless or not.

  18. Mur Muchane says:

    Many thanks to Saint Alban’s for this artwork that reminds us of the most marginalized and vulnerable in our society and our responsibilities to them.

  19. Ken Hageman says:

    (via Facebook) I have lived near Davidson for the past 35 years. In this small town that, in my opinion, has become both “ethnically” and “economically” cleansed over a very short period of time, I can see how Jesus and what he taught and who he associated with might freak a person out living in an “upscale neighborhood.”

  20. Rusty Knox says:

    After reading Mr. Dawson’s letter, I had thoughts of other works of art that have come to town and been recieved with mixed blessings. Art does that, if it’s good art. It wasn’t done to please the highly critical eyes of Mr. Dawson, it wasn’t done to beautify or compromise the integrity of Mr. Dawson’s “reasonably upscale neighborhood,” it’s not a political statement either. It should be looked at as a reminder of our humility and willingness to accept ALL people and the hope and hopelessness that we as human beings have. No surprise that Mr. Dawson has stepped over homeless people, he obviously has way too many concerns to take the time to lend a hand…That’s what we do, we help. That’s what this “ugly homeless person” reminds us to do.

  21. Rick Short says:

    If this piece of art inspires more Davidson locals to actually help the homeless, there are opportunities right here in town.

    Room in the Inn through Urban Ministries has weekly operations at both DUMC and DCPC to provide a warm place to sleep during the winter months. Both operations are always looking for volunteers willing to actually do something to help. Neither operation is 7 nights a week with the need for volunteers being a significant reason.

    Art is great as a conversation piece. However, the real win would be if that art actually motivated people to real action.

  22. When did “wealthy” and “upscale” grant people the privilege of hiding from the realities of life?

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