Hill Smith Gallery South Australia
1 to 17 November, 2018
Adelaide artist Yanni Floros celebrates the female form as landscape with a series of new charcoal drawings on paper inspired by some of the world’s most picturesque locations; the Sahara desert, Niagara Falls, the snowcovered mountains of Alaska and the River Seine. There is a duality to the works in that they can be viewed as realistic or abstract representations.
‘The ‘Veil’ represents not only the shape of land, lake and mountains but also the internal and external landscapes of the human body,’ says the artist. Bermuda, charcoal on paper, 71 x 81cm
Courtesy the artist and Hill Smith Gallery, South Australia