Practicing for over 20 years, Turner has studied many disciplines and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Queensland College of Art in 2009, majoring in sculpture and intermedia.
Turners work spans painting, mixed media, ceramics, sculpture, installation and video, all exploring and documenting the play of history, memory and place, paying homage to the transient and ephemeral nature of life.
It echoes the dry land where she spent her childhood, the vast spaces oblivious to our small lives and deaths, yet a nurturing mother to us. The echoing caw of crows a symbol not only of that mortality, but also the fierceness and yearning for life. To live with fire in our soul, the wisdom of the dirt beneath our feet, our hearts filled with kindness and our heads with curiosity, this is all we can hope for, to truly, really LIVE.