Andrew Rizgalla

Andrew’s distinct style of illustration has evolved over the last twenty years to a broad scope of work ranging from intricate, fine-tuned detail with a science fiction edge to moody sketches, wondrous cityscapes and playful images that bring periods of history, animals and other objects to life.

His use of colour and black and white imagery is applied in a compelling way, with bright primary colours presented in a sharp and clear fashion while the use of black and white with detailed shading is often used to portray emotion.

Andrew is brave and imaginative with the range of size and format that he uses to present his artwork, from small A5 to poster size to large scale murals and books, his work captures the eye of the art lover with the variance in which it presented.

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Andrew Rizgalla lives and works in Australia Melbourne, He studied
at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1995. He has exhibited work


2003 Box Hill Town Hall Group Exhibition
2004 Artholes Gallery Fitzroy Group Exhibition
2005 - 2006 Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, "Australian Outsider Art"
2006 - 2007 Halle Saint Pierre Australian Outsiders Paris
2015 - Bekendales Cafe Croydon
2016 - Light Box Display Croydon


From a collection of experiences and influences throughout his life, Andrew has been seriously focusing on
the visual arts for the past 18 years. Starting in secondary school, Andrew then undertook some tertiary
training at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Preferring the freedom to follow his own instincts
to following a set curriculum, Andrew has continued to explore art on his own terms with diligent research
and a concerted desire to improve which his extensive portfolio illustrates.

25cm (W) x 25cm (H)
29cm (W) x 21cm (H)
29cm (W) x 21cm (H)
75cm (W) x 57cm (H)
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