Brian Pollard is widely acclaimed as one of the most popular and successful naive painters in the South West of England. His distinctive original works have been reproduced in print by the international publishers Rosenstiels, and there is constant demand for his posters, jigsaws and cards. A clue to Brian’s success lies in the comments of the late Arts critic Daniel Farson, who reviewed two of Brian’s exhibitions for the Mail on Sunday: “Brian Pollard’s work has a cheerfulness so welcome-a universal appeal”. Many of the pictures produced in the last thirty years reflect Brian’s love of Devon and Cornwall. Other works depict favourite locations such as Tuscany and London, in addition to popular animal images, many of which have been successfully used in Japanese calendars. Now fully retired from his role as a family Doctor, Brian exhibits on a regular basis in Plymouth, Cornwall and London. Brian is a member of the Association of British Naive Artists.