The most important and the biggest project
Elżbieta Szczodrowska and her husband
Robert Pepliński were involved in, was the
interior décor of the reconstructed church of
Saint Brigida in Gdansk, Poland.
They created all sculptures in Baptisteries and
the sculpted gate to it, the banisters on the
chorus consisting of series of sculpted
musicians, the Tabernacle, altars of Saint
Antoine, of Saint Mary of Czestochowa, and
Church of Saint Brigida in Gdańsk, Poland
Doors cast in bronze
Church of Saint Brigida
Saint - Antoine Altar in cement
The work in the church of Saint Brigida opened the
doors to other churches, where Ms. Szczodrowska
created sculptures of Christ and various Saints.
Later, in the Convent in Kościerzyna, she and her
husband made sculpted interior décor of the chapel.
Ms. Szczodrowska was very sensitive to human
suffering which inspired her to make a series of
sculptures on this subject; among them: Prisoners of
World War II (in the permanent collection in Stutthof
Museum in Sztutowo, Poland), and dedicated to the
suffering of Vietnamese Women.
Elżbieta Szczodrowska is mostly known for the
Monument dedicated to the 1970 Fallen Shipyard
Workers in Gdańsk, Poland