"I am English and, as most know well, the rural idyll is vernacular to my heritage. The work reminds me of many artists, as it is a genre, but particularly reminds me of the work of Sir Francis Le Marchant and of Lindy Dufferin. These are the renderings of very real, very present landscapes that I believe we have always hankered for, at any time throughout the history of art, all over the world, especially in Europe and, in part, in North Americas. They appeal to my sense of romanticism; the snapshot of a beauty we would like to hold, takeaway, 'own'. Naylor's work is exquisite. There is a gentleness, a calmness that would allow his works a place in any collection, in any home or in any room. This is art that is so easy to be with and that touches something primordial in all of us."
-Stephen Collins, Bravo TV