Turton, L.M. (2014). Ad Hoc (Vinyl on table top), Do Not Disturb (Vinyl on table top), "I broke my Brain" (Acrylic on canvas),Sparkly Thinking (Acrylic on canvas pennant), Open between 9.30-10.30 Daily (Assemblage in timber box), Lumpy, Bumpy, Scratchy and smooth (Mixed media on Wooden cable reel), Line, pattern and shape (Ink on card), Peaceful moments (Mixed media on canvas), Summer (Triptych, acrylic on canvas), Our global society (Assemblage and acrylic),Woodbots (Assemblage), Wasted (Triptych, Acrylic on timber), Aotearoa (Assemblage,2011), Poppa's Shed (Sculpture), No Guns allowed (Cast Resin on timber). L.M Turton, Snow White Gallery, Unitec.
Oldfield, J., Perkins, M., Turton, L. M., McCurdy, D., & Gussey, A. (2014). Learners and Mobile Devices. Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite) Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Heta-Lensen, Y., & Turton, L. M. (2014). Mahi-a-rongo: Exploring our relationship with nature through the arts as peaceful pursuit. 7th Symposium for Early Childhood Associate Teachers Tamaki Makaurau: Early Childhood Teacher Education Providers Network, Manukau Institute of Technology, Manukau, Auckland.