Ann Hopkins Wilson is a professional artist, and has worked as an educator and art therapist.

Ann has been a professional artist for over 40 years, exhibiting regularly throughout the region.  She was represented for fifteen years by the Rosenfeld Gallery in Philadelphia.  Ann taught Fine Arts at various institutions and art centers including the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Bryn Mawr College and Temple University for fifteen years.  Following this, she worked as an art therapist for over 20 years.

Ann received her MFA in painting from the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. Her undergraduate work was a double major in Art and Biology from the University of Delaware.

An abstract painter for many years, focused on universal geometric patterns binding nature and man, her work has recently moved to incorporate animal imagery.  It is an urgent response to the depletion of species and habitats locally and worldwide.  The paintings are prayers to protect, honor and preserve our natural world.