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A solo exhibition touring Malaysia, Thailand, Phillipines and Indonesia.

Absolutely epic to see these animals in the wild!

The Ambassador of Namibia and I are collaborating to create a collection that promotes Namibia as a tourist destination. As well as to raise awareness of the absolutely stunning but rare and endangered wildlife of Namibia. I had the experience of a lifetime whilst I toured Namibia taking my wildlife photography to paint from - check out my Instagram for so much more photo's and video's.


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A joy to be exhibiting in a year long exhibition with the Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur, showcasing my wildlife portraits and abstract paintings.


In addition, co-managing the Emerging Artist Gallery has been an absolute pleasure. Giving Artist's the opportunity and platform to grow is most inspiring.

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W I T H   T H E   B R I T I S H   H I G H   C O M M I S S I O N   O F   M A L A Y S I A   &   R A C H E L   G R A Y

It is a true honour to solely exhibit representing Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II Commonwealth Canopy at the British High Commission Queen's Birthday celebrations in Malaysia.


I exhibited twelve of my wildlife portraits, all of the portraits focused on Malaysian wildlife including many endangered species. 

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Instinct and Experiences Solo Exhibition

First Female British Artist to have a Solo Exhibition at the National Art Gallery, who also celebrated their 60th anniversary.

National Art Gallery Malaysia: First British Female Solo Artist "Instinct and Experiences" Officail Opening

It’s as real achievement for Rachel Gray to be the first British female solo artist to exhibit in Malaysia’s National Visual Arts Gallery, particularly in this special year as the gallery marks its 60th anniversary. The historic Malaysian-British relationship is one of modern partnership and mutual respect. Exhibitions like these demonstrate how we can enrich both of our cultures in the spirit of collaboration. I hope that the artistic exchange embodied in today’s exhibition is something that will continue to flourish in both Malaysia and the UK

                                                                                                                       Mr David Thomas, Deputy British High Commissioner

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"Captivating many were the incredibly realistic digital paintings by Rachel Gray, a Briton who has travelled extensively across Southeast Asia to photograph wildlife.


The imagery she captured inspires her animal portraits. Displayed at the show were pieces depicting a panda, lion, zebra and a pair of giraffes.

Jermey Tan, The Star Newspaper

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