Ann-Mari Hopkins' pottery has been in the West Country since 1993. Her first studio Danescombe Pottery was near the banks of the river Tamar in Calstock, in Cornwall. She recently moved her pottery to Paignton, in Devon. As well as the ancient three hares motif, the influences of the river bank, Dartmoor, local buildings and the sea can all be seen in her work. Ann-Mari is forever creating new designs, with different clays and glazes, Her very distinctive, high quality pieces of wall art are becoming highly collectible.
Ann-Mari was born in Gotland, a Swedish island in the Baltic Sea. She moved to England when she was 18 and studied pottery at Sir John Cass College of Art in London.