Fulli Andrinopoulos is an established artist. Her work is characterised by soft, floating circular forms and saturated colours that exude intensity through the build-up of dense layers of rich pigment. Her small- scale paintings and drawings are tactile and ethereal while embodying an emotive quality akin to that of artist Mark Rothko. Her collections – often presented en masse in grids or floating across a wall – are intimate, with a sense of transcendence and the unknown.
Andrinopoulos has worked in the Arts Project Australia studio since 1991 and held her first solo exhibition there in 2012. She has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions, including at Melbourne Art Fair, Australian Galleries, Bundoora Homestead and Linden New Art, Melbourne, as well as Galerie Impaire, Paris, and MADmusée and Musée d’Art moderne et d’Art contemporain, Liège, Belgium. Her work is held in the Monash university Collection and private collections throughout Australia.
— b. Melbourne, 1965