Lipski is master of combining twentieth style as a poetry trying to capture the real image of life’s reality and combined them to make striking absurdity but exuding with elegance. As a result, some of his works turned out absurd and out of context, by skewing reality made through his public sculptures in urban setting. His popular masterpiece The Yearling could substantially represent this, in which there is a representation of a huge chair with a sculpture of a horse on it and is situated on the cross-sectional center of park’s pathway. This seems to be out of context, but the striking elegance and message associated with it are what would matter in this work of art that is purely about what encompasses Lipski’s masterpiece. Lipski’s works of art are shown in the world through galleries and museums including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney, The Menil Collection, and The Chicago Art Institute, which gave him the opportunity to receive awards and honors such as The Guggenheim Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts Awards, and The Academy Award of the American Academy of Arts & Letters, and The Rome Prize.