The pioneering female printmaker, Janet Turner, was first and foremost a lover of nature. Her exquisitely intricate prints rely on a keen eye and an intimate connection with the world around her. In this time of quarantines and sheltering when we are forced to pause, Turners work reminds us to also observe the beauty and the pain - the serenity and the tumultuousness - that surround us. Her work does more than capture a snapshot of the landscape or wildlife; her work captures the dichotomy that makes up the human experience. Janet Turner reminds us that to be human is to respect our world and engage with our environment.