Rachel Lewis Fine Art Prints 

"Rachel's artworks showcase the beauty of nature, capturing the very essence of her subjects in intricate detail. All of which is perfectly reflected in her range of fine art prints that are available here to the discerning art lover."

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Wren in the Vineyards 1

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Inspired by the Superb Blue Fairy- wrens that are commonly seen darting between the grapevines in the Hunter Valley vineyards in their never ending search for insects to feast on; this work and its sister piece “Wren in the Vineyards 2” were both painted during the Autumn of 2019. The originals of both of these beautiful artworks were painted using oils. 

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Wren in the Vineyards 2

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Inspired by the Superb Blue Fairy- wrens that are commonly seen darting between the grapevines in the Hunter Valley vineyards in their never ending search for insects to feast on; this work and its sister piece “Wren in the Vineyards 1” were both painted during the Autumn of 2019. The originals of both of these beautiful artworks were painted using oils. 

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

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For as long as I can remember I have loved Gang-gang Cockatoos; they are just so uniquely beautiful. When I was asked to paint them by a close friend, I not only wanted to do the birds themselves justice in depicting them as accurately as possible, but I wanted to make the piece stand out from other works featuring this species. As these cockatoos frequent the cold regions south of Canberra, I decided that a snowy setting would make for a stunning visual, complimenting the beauty of the Gang-gangs perfectly.

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Glossy Paradise 

This artwork was created after many visits to the Myall Lakes National Park on the Mid-North Coast of NSW. Glossy Black Cockatoos are commonly mistaken for Red-tailed Blacks, however they are in fact very different. They are a fairly rare species that feeds almost exclusively on the seeds of Casuarina trees. 

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Red-tailed Black Cockatoos 

One of Rachel's more recent works, depicting a pair of majestic Red-tailed Black Cockatoos. This piece was inspired by Rachel's love of this species and as you can see she has truly captured the beauty of these birds. 

Ambush

Ambush

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A local collector commissioned me to paint a Wedge-tailed Eagle; he previously had me paint a White-bellied Sea Eagle and wanted a new piece to complement it. The only guideline I was given was that he wanted the bird to be depicted in a "dramatic" pose, other than this I had the freedom to create the piece as I wished. Above all, I of course, wanted the eagle to be the dominating focal point of the artwork, but by no means did I want the surrounding scenery to be plain and uninspiring. After much thought, and due to not wanting to paint the bird within the stereotypical “outback” setting, I put it to the buyer that I would depict it zeroing in, about to ambush its prey in the snow covered high country around Polblue, Barrington Tops, NSW; he loved it and so this piece, titled “Ambush”, came to be. 
Inspiration for the scenery was also drawn from a trip to Tasmania in January 2019.


As with all of my works, I wanted this piece to be everything and more that the buyer was expecting; to do so, I lived and breathed this artwork for 2 and a half months. I created it using oils on linen stretched over backing board.

 Ecka And Doza

Ecka And Doza

The inspiration for this painting came from an old, outdoor dunny that I saw on a neighbouring property whilst living near Dorrigo, NSW. An elderly couple, Eric and Doreen, owned the property and the fairy-wren pair reminded me of this lovely old man and his sweet wife.

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Hooded Parrots

This Depicts a pair of Hooded Parrots. They are found in the top-end of Australia. Unlike most other Australian parrots, the Hooded excavates a long tunnel in a termite mound to make a nest for their eggs. They spend a lot of time foraging in grassland.

Calm Before The Storm

I just love the combination of the stormy sky and the beautiful colours of the Mallee Ringneck; I feel that it makes for the perfect background for this painting, adding depth and mood and making the bird really pop.

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Royal Guardian

This adult male Australian King Parrot sits guard on the Angophora tree whilst his mate incubates their eggs at the bottom of the hollow. Kings are stunning, regal looking birds that have always captured my attention and also that of countless others from Australia and abroad.

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Morning Stretch

I have some friends who live on a property adjoining the Royal National Park, just south of Sydney. Whilst visiting one beautiful morning I spent quite some time observing the Crimson Rosellas preening, playing and feeding in their garden and was inspired to create this painting.

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