Annie Turner

After studying ceramics at London’s Royal College of Art, Turner opened her first workshop in 1984 and soon received the Crafts Council’s New Craftsman grant. Her work is marked by a masterly understanding and command of material, often inspired by the Suffolk landscape where she grew up.

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Drift Net
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Oyster Net
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Drift Net - Winter
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Jetty
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Martello Tower
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Loders Cut
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Wind Against Tide
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Tide Line
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Flotsam
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Claws
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Adrift
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Sea Breeze
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Sieve
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River Ladders
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Mussel Box and Sieve
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Sieve and Mussels
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Bar Buoy
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Sieve and Mussels
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Banded Olive, Peat, Sand, Haloes, Flashing
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A Magma and Atomic Layered Landscape
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Elizabeth's Cardigan
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Untitled
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Gut Feeling
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Floating Tree 1
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Qingbai Gold Bowl
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Langwood Fen
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