Fulli Andrinopoulos’ work is characterised by soft, floating circular forms and rich, saturated colours, exuding an intensity through the build-up of dense layers of lush pigment. The works are at once tactile and ethereal, with an emotive quality akin to that of Rothko; intimate with a sense of awe, transcendence and the unknown. Fulli Andrinopoulos has been attending the studio at Arts Project Australia since 1991 where she held her first solo exhibition in 2012. She has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions including Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne (2004-2014), Linden Postcard Show, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, St Kilda (2012-2015) and has been involved with various projects at a number of institutions including Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre, Bundoora; Australian Galleries, Collingwood; Gallerie Impaire, Paris, France; and MADMusée and Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Comtemporain, Liège, Belgium. Her work is held in private collections throughout Australia.