Andrew Browne - born 1960 - is a Melbourne based artist who has exhibited actively at public and dealer galleries for over three decades. Working across painting, drawing, printmaking and photography, his work explores uncanny nature and happenstance encounters with the real. Survey exhibitions of his work have been held at Bendigo Art Gallery, Gippsland Art Gallery and the Centre for Contemporary Photography - Melbourne. Brown’s work is held in public, regional and private collections throughout Australia - including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the Museum of Contemporary Art - Sydney and overseas, including in the prints and drawings collection of the British Museum, London. Awards include the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing (2016), and the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize (2018).