MEMBER: Pollyanna Pickering

Pollyanna is acclaimed as one of Europe's foremost wildlife artists. The most published artist in the UK, her work sells in over eighty countries world-wide. She is patron of The Wildlife Art Society International, and Derby University recently awarded her an honorary degree in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the arts. A familiar face on TV, the most recent documentary about her work ‘Made in England’ was broadcast on BBC1.

Her paintings will be familiar to most people from her extensive ranges of prints and cards, many commissioned by charities including the WWF, Guide Dogs for the Blind and the RSPB. Pollyanna designs exclusively for Harrods, and has painted postage stamps for African countries and First Day Covers for the Royal Mail.

Pollyanna, who studied at the London Central School of Art, has received many awards for her paintings including a fellowship from the Canada based Artists for Conservation Foundation, the Millennium Trophy and two gold medals bestowed by The Wildlife Art Society International. She has received a commendation for her work in the Arts at the European Women of Achievement Awards.

Pollyanna's talks raise funds for her charitable Foundation which supports international conservation and wildlife rescue. Pollyanna also acts as patron of several national charities including The Born Free Foundation, The Badger Trust, Naturewatch and Raptor Rescue.

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Pollyanna Pickering
Brookvale House Oaker


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