Contact Me

I am always happy to answer any questions, please use the form on the right to contact me.

Either by telephone: 07827 973 728



Cotswold artist Rachel Vynne taking commissions for paintings of children and pets animals; dogs, cats, horses. Also selling original award winning oil paintings and limited edition prints. Based near Highgrove, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Regularly exhibits in London.

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Beautifully painted original and commissioned oil paintings

Rachel Vynne is a classically trained award winning artist working and living in Tetbury, Cotswolds.


Charcoal Drawings

Oil Paintings

Beautiful and unique painted portraits, capturing the moment and the spirit of the individual. Rachel Vynne is an award winning artist, classically trained in Florence, Italy. With an emphasis on creating fresh and contemporary portraits in oil on linen, she produces a fine, luxury item which is an elegant addition to the smartest home.


Limited edition prints

In this collection of prints you will find examples of paintings of horses, wildlife, birds and various other animals.

Please browse the shop for available prints.  

As with human subjects, animals hold the same inspiring challenge. To capture the essence and true nature of the subject, from the powerful yet gentle nature of a horse in movement to the fleeting moment of thought in a fox, this is where my interest lies. 

I also take commission for animal paintings, following the same process as above. If you are interested, please get in touch I'd love to hear from you.   

Upcoming events AND NEWS…

We are now offering monthly Art History lectures led by Art Historian, Fiona James. Wishing to offer a holistic approach to the classical art training offered at the school.

‘Sculpting the dog from life’ 3 day Sculpture Course with Member of Society of Portrait Sculptors ‘Ellen Christiansen’ 29th- 31st October 2018.



Very proud and honoured to announce that "The Legend" won

Denford Stud Best in show

at the Society of Equestrian Artists, horse in art exhibition 2017.


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