"The Earth Sitter" by Rachel Vynne, ASEA. Charcoal on Fabriano Paper, 2018.

"The Earth Sitter" by Rachel Vynne, ASEA. Charcoal on Fabriano Paper, 2018.


With this collection of Hare drawings the movement, agility and character has been captured in these shape shifting creatures. This particular piece measures 116cm high x 86cm wide.

About Rachel.

Award winning, Rachel Vynne, ASEA is a classically trained artist living and working in the Cotswolds. Having gained a degree in Fashion Design, Rachel took positions firstly in the design offices of Burberrys and later with Thomas Pink in London. In 2006 she turned her focus towards furthering her artists training and from 2006 - 2009 studied the Old Masters Techniques of Drawing and Painting at the Angel Academy of Art in Florence, Italy.

Rachel has always been drawn partly towards the classical and traditional, this is combined with a love of design. The skills and knowledge that she has gained from her studies and experience are embodied in her work. 

People and animals are her inspiration, the challenge of capturing life is the quality she looks to achieve most in her paintings, both in original and commissioned work.

She has recently been promoted to Associate Member of The Society of Equestrian Artists and has regularly exhibited and been pre selected for many juried exhibitions including.

  • 2017 Sally Mitchell Gallery. The Society of Equestrian Artists, Horse in Art Exhibition.  Awarded Best in Show

  • 2013 The Mall Galleries. Threadneedle Prize - Pre-selected

  • 2013 BBC Wildlife Artist of the year. Finalist

  • 2012 London, Mayfair. Emile Faurie Foundation - Equestrian Art Exhibition

  • 2012 London, Menier Gallery. Society of Equestrian Artists annual exhibition

  • 2012 Bath, Bath Society of Artists

  • 2012 Gloucestershire, Artsaid 

  • 2011 Fulham Palace, London.The Animal Art Fair

  • 2010 The Mall Galleries, London. Emile Faurie foundation - Equestrian Art Exhibition

  • 2010 London, The Mall Galleries. Society of Equestrian Artists annual exhibition Awarded 'Best work by an artist under the age of 35' Also voted 'Visitors Choice' for favourite painting by the public.

  • 2010 London, The Mall Galleries. Society of Women Artists annual exhibition 

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