The Artist

Kilpatrick Studios, LLC is owned by master sculptor and sacred artist Steven F. Kilpatrick. It is located five minutes from downtown Philadelphia. Sculptures may be commissioned for Private, Corporate, Government, Municipal, and Religious Interests.  The studio is located in a modern 5,000 square-foot building in New Jersey and is capable of comfortably handling commissions of any size and complexity.

Steven Kilpatrick’s original creations are described as strikingly realistic, beautiful, breathtaking, and deeply moving. His sacred art typically incorporates spiritual symbols of Judeo / Christian Traditions that have transcended the centuries. He has spoken at many churches, organizations, and locations (including the Kodak Theater Building in Hollywood, California and at the St. Michael’s Institute of Sacred Arts in Mystic, Connecticut). He was also given the honor of addressing the graduating class of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.

He serves on numerous professional boards including the Commission for Architecture and Sacred Art for Southern New Jersey in Camden, The American Academy of Sacred Arts, Woodbury City Planning and Zoning Board, The Newpoint Behavioral Health Center and Acenda Integrated Health, both in New Jersey.

Steve’s work has been seen / featured on CBS television and in National and Local Newspapers and Magazines. He has spoken on radio and was the first sculptor to be invited to exhibit at the 2008 National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC. The Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper wrote of his sculptures, “…his work is…an inspiration about the virtues of love and respect.” He’s been given special mention in the forward of the book, “Defending your Faith” by Fr. John Ekeocha. A prolific sacred artist, several of Steve’s statues are in a permanent exhibit in the Maria Esperanza Museum in South America. He was one of only three sculptors chosen after a two year search to exhibit with works by Michelangelo at the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, DC. In 2015 he was asked to have one of his statues placed in the Cathedral Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families and Pope Francis’ visit.

He sculpts miniature, life and heroic sizes in the round and relief.