Rachael Lee is an Australian printmaker and public artist.
From an early age she has sensed the calming effects of nature. Her work reflects a desire to explore and connect with her local natural surroundings.
Through creating layered prints, she investigates visual perception and the underlying patterns and rhythms of nature.
Rachael’s work has been exhibited nationally and is held in several Queensland hospital collections, print collections, Logan Art Collection and in various private collections throughout Australia.
She has received local and state funding grants to exhibit regionally and undertake an artist in residence at Canberra’s Megalo Print Studio while being mentored by renowned artist G.W.Bot.
Working with Brisbane curators and art consultants since 2016 Rachael has created artwork and concept designs for Queensland hospitals, Brisbane City Council and Logan City Council.
In 2020 Rachael’s concept design for the new Logan Hospital Car Park Façade was shortlisted for public consultation by Metro South Health. She is proud to have permanent artworks located in several suburbs of her home city of Logan thanks to Logan City Council and Lendlease Communities.