|▲ 싱싱한 고기 사세요, 162×130㎝ oil on canvas, 1993|
In front of Sohn Moon-ja’s work, one can detect the fervor and passion gushing forth like from an active volcano. Since the passion gushes out through definite shapes or images, it follows an in-direct mode of the image of the object that is given as a condition for expression.
|▲ 겨울을 맞이하는 오봉산. 53×41㎝, 1992|
Her(서양화가 손문자, 孫文子)passion as an artist that shows up in her work is easily found in the chromatic image and her sensibilities about shape. The fervid sense of self-arousal, created by chromatic image of primary colors, is conveyed to our visual sense as it is.
|▲ 제주신라호텔 303호실에서, 32×41㎝, 1993|
Also in her(손문자 작가)sensibility about shape that is revealed in her liberal and uninhibited linear depiction, her self-response to her own sensibilities is easily read. In front of the object or theme that can be made into painting, she is swept away by an uncontrollable urge and demand for expression. Thus, it enable the rush by the untamed, pure, expressive act.
|▲ 출항을 기다림, 73×53㎝, 1992|
Her(여류화가 손문자)plastic sensibility is almost reflective. In other words, she seems not to need the basic concept about painting. To wit, she candidly dictates the aesthetic sense aroused at each moment whenever she is in front of an object.
▲By Shin Hang Seop(art critic)
|▲ 태양은 못 말려, 53×45.5㎝, 1993|