Elizabeth Turrell (b. 1942, Yorkshire, England) studied at Lowestoft School of Art in Suffolk, England, and Central School of Art and Design in London. Her work has been shown at the Kroenbacken Museum, Erfurt, Germany; Galerie Christel, Limoges, France; and Studio Fusion Gallery, London, England. She is a member of the Royal West of England Bristol (Academician) Society of North American Goldsmiths. She teaches enameling at West Dean College.
An enamel artist, her work primarily deals with themes surrounding war and conflict.
As a small child of the Second World War generation, I have received memories and artifacts from both World Wars. What do I do with these inherited memories, especially in light of current conflicts? There is always a danger of complacency; because I am n