Polly Fern is an illustrator and ceramicist living in Suffolk. Her work spans from pottery to paintings, prints and tableware. Her pieces are feminine and intricate, inspired predominately by local, historical and childhood stories. She’s displayed her work in galleries around the world including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and The New Craftsmen in London. Polly recently had her first solo exhibition and pop-up shop at Pentreath & Hall in London.
With visiting still on hold for the time being, we asked Polly to be a part of our ‘At work with’ series from afar. Join us on a tour of Polly’s beautiful pink house in the heart of the Suffolk countryside.
Can you tell us about your education and career path so far?
What has been your none-negotiable daily ritual in lockdown?
Do you have any favourite colour combinations?
Where do look to find inspiration for your pieces?
Is there a specific place in the world that you most want to visit once you can?
Are you reading anything at the moment?
Is there a place for sustainability within your work?
What is your favourite Evermore scent and why?
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