Priscilla Hann was born in Shropshire, studied at Wolverhampton College of Art and The Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, U.S.A. , where she won the major sculpture prize.
Her work is cast in bronze and silver and is mainly of horses and dogs, but she also works on a variety of other subjects. Her pieces are true to life and she specialises in accurate portraiture of domestic animals. She has exhibited in London and the U.S.A. and has pieces on exhibition in Switzerland, Jersey, Newmarket and Cirencester and in private collections in England, Ireland, U.S.A. and Australia. Her commissions include a life-sized pony mare and foal for the Furlong Shopping Centre in Ringwood, and a half-sized driving horse in a private collection. Sculpture portraits include Aldaniti, Mister Baileys, Dublin Flyer, and a one-third life-sized sheep group.