A select portfolio of works from Philadelphia sacred artist Anthony Visco


National Shrine of St. Rita of Cascia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Blessed Stephen Bellisini", plaster; "Christ of Holy Saturday", bronze and marble relief; "Saint Rita in Ecstasy", bronze; Eucharistic Chapel tondo relief; "Beata Teresa Fasce", mural ; "Pax et Bonum," "The Peace Mural"; "The Three Patron Saints, John the Baptist, Nicolas of Tolentine and Augustine"

The Catherine Pew
Memorial Chapel
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian,
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

“Baptism, Eucharist and The Word”
bronze triptych

Old Saint Joseph's
National Shrine

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Stations of the Cross panels and the large relief sculpture “Religious Freedom"

Saint John the Evangelist
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Bronze statues of "Saint Francis"
and "Saint Padre Pio"

Villanova Province
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"St. Thomas of Villanova, Father of the Poor,” bronze figures

Artwork Mediums

"Drawing has always been at the very heart of my work. To me it all comes from drawing and returns to it."

"The human figure although a focal point, becomes a sublime means to a spiritual realm."


"...before it can be sacred or religious or devotional art, it must be beautiful and true."

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