Dinny Turner trained in textiles at Chelsea School of Art between 1981 and 1984. She completed many commissioned artworks in London and Europe until 1993, before moving to Norfolk and had a family. She has been a member of the Harleston and Waveney Art Trail for last four years.
She mainly works in collage and with painted papers, inspired by the rural far-reaching landscape where she lives. Her paintings included in the World Land Trust gallery’s Open Exhibition 2012 are about the winter frosts of the wayside grasses and their complexities, with the swirling mists and moonlight. She is passionate about our native countryside, as well as wildflowers and seasonal change.