Priscilla Hann was born in Shropshire, studied at Wolverhampton college of Art and The Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia U.S.A., where she won the major sculpture prize.
She is in the main an animalier sculptor, but works on a variety of other subjects. Her pieces are true to life and she specializes in accurate portraiture of domestic animals. Her work is cast mostly in bronze and silver and other modern media.
She exhibits in London, and the U.S.A. and has pieces in private collections in Switzerland, Jersey, France Thailand and Australia.
Her commissions include a life sized pony mare and foal for the Furlong Shopping Centre in Ringwood, a half life sized driving horse, a life sized cloaked figure, a one-third life sized sheep group, and a half life sized rearing horse, in private collections.
Sculpture portraits include the race horses Aldaniti, Mister Baileys, Dublin Flyer, Katabaticand Kylkenny.
Cheltenham Township, Philadelphia, USA
Beckbury Hall, 2 Man Show
Portland Gallery, Lyme Regis
Albany Gallery, Cardiff
Henry Brett Gallery, Stow on the Wold
Les Hirondelles Gallery, Switzerland
M.C.Dickens Gallery, 2 man Show London
Equus Art Gallery, Newmarket
Michael Stewart Fine Art, Clifton
Heale Gallery of Sporting Art, Annually
Society of Equestrian Artists Exhibition, Annually
American Academy of Equine Art, Kentucky, USA
Compton Cassey Gallery, Andoversford
Pierrepointe Gallery, Newark
Sarah Samuels Gallery, Chester
Falle Fine Art, Jersey
The Land Gallery, York
Frank T. Sabin, Albemarle Street, London
Hunter Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk
Yorko Gallery, Harrogate
Riley Contemporary, Northleach, Glos
Peterborough Hound Show
Palace Art Fest Hereford, Annually
Art Parks International Exhibition, Guernsey
‘City boy’, Winner of the Foxhunters Chase, Aintree
‘Snaffles’, Half life-sized Cross Country driving horse
‘Natives of Furlong’, A life-sized New Forest pony mare and foal for a shopping centre in Ringwood, Hampshire.
‘Katabatic’, Simon McNeill up.
‘Mister Baileys’, Winner of the 2000 Guineas
‘Dublin Flyer’, owned by Mr. John Sumner.
‘Time Will Tell’, an International 3 Day Eventer, owned by Mrs. Carol Good and Mrs. Veronica Wooton
‘Bringing in the Flock’. A one third life-sized work of four sheep and a dog, for a garden in Leicestershire.
‘Star Traveller’, owned by Mr. Richard Strachan,
‘Kylkenny’, owned by the Hon Hughie Morrison
Mrs Peter Dimmock’s Lurcher ‘Scruffy’
‘Keeper of the Forest’, a life-sized cloaked figure for a garden in Rutland
Mr & Mrs Rupert Neal’s Lurcher ‘Raffles’
Mr David Gittins’ Dogue de Bordeaux
Mrs Tessa Swithenby’s Horses ‘Mary’, and ‘Nigel’
Mrs Ann Willetts’ 2 dressage horses
A half life sized rearing horse for a garden in Oxfordshire
A life sized Fisherman for Edgcote, Banbury
2 life sized Wolfhounds for Coolmore, Kilkenny Ireland
The head of Bronze Flight, at 19 the oldest horse to complete Badminton Horse Trials.
British Sporting Art Trust for the Best Sculpture at the Society of Equestrian Artists Exhibition Twice
National Pony Society Award at the Society of Equestrian Artists Exhibition
Leonard Meiselman Award at the American Academy of Equine Art, 1994
For further information and commissions, please feel welcome to contact me.