Raewyn is an Auckland artist, and a graduate Bachelor of Visual Arts, University of Auckland.
Raewyn is representated by Warwick Henderson Gallery, Newmarket, Auckland.
Raewyn's art practice comprises a philosophical viewpoint, which investigates ideas and notions of "being", and incorporates her interest in contemplative thought - that there is a dynamic and relational wholeness at the heart of everything.
In the paintings forms emerge and overlap coming together in vital relationship. Her practice of undirected drawing, is a continuation of the Abstract Expressionist tradition, which explores the workings of the mind and the unconscious.
Raewyn was awarded the Arts Whakatane Award at the Molly Morpeth Canaday Award 2017 for her painting Between. She was a finalist in the Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Award 2017, and a finalist in the New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award 2019, and a finalist in the Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Award 2019.
Raewyn co-initiated the Dust Art Collective in 2007, a group of 15 women artists who exhibited together regularly and worked in a range of disciplines including painting, sculpture, photography, multi media, and video.
Raewyn's work features in collections both nationally and internationally.