Andre Lipscombe is a visual artist based in Western Australia whose practice is centred upon painting and drawing in addition to collage, photography and print media including artist’s books. He has exhibited regularly since completing studies at Curtin University in 1983 and in his early career was a member of a Perth based group of artists committed to figuration, later known as Oddfellows.

Andre Lipscombe is an exhibiting artist at Art Collective WA.

Significant exhibition history includes; Primavera, exhibition with Tom Alberts and Christopher Malcolm, Praxis, 1984; Drawing (solo), Fremantle Arts Centre, 1985; Peace Show, 1988, Art Gallery of WA; Oddfellows – the essence of contemporary Western Australian figurative artists, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery UWA, 1996; Passages (watercolour & drawing), Cannery Arts Centre, 1997; Silos – wish you were here, 1998, Fremantle Arts Centre; Bestimmungsort (prints), Galerie Sechzig, Vorarlberg, Austria, 2000; Prima Facie, Church Gallery (now Turner Gallery) WA, 2001; Boundless– Contemporary Art from Country WA, Art Gallery of WA, 2002; Boo!, Nyisztor Studio, 2011; pcwk 4, Nyisztor Studio, 2012; Star, Depot Gallery, Sydney, 2012; Joondalup Invitation Art Awards, 2012, Art Collective Down South, Holmes a Court Gallery, 2015, ehdo infield, 2015, Shire of Mundaring Acquisitive Art Exhibition, 2018, unconcealed paintings Art Collective WA, 2018, Perth Royal Show Art Prize 2018.

Andre Lipscombe is represented in numerous private and public Collections in Western Australia including City of Swan, City of Perth, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Shire of Esperance, Shire of Mundaring, St John of God Hospital and University of WA .

For inquiries and further information about the career or work contact Andre Lipscombe



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