|▲ Meditation, 24x24㎝ Acrylic on canvas, 2008|
Her mono-chromatic trend intend to blue color. As if a child's heartfelt homeland is a blue world. The color is the representative of an ideal land. Like the shape of a tree's thick and straight trunk, her yearning for an ideal land is so frank and strong.
Although she displays dark blue colors with the brush-tip strokes along the trunk's sides in order to express the dim shadow of a tree's trunk, which seems to be irrelevant to the perspective. Rather it would be a means for embossing the image of an ideal land through blue colors.
Expressed the appearance of that side beyond her conscious world, the work's background dominated by the grey color, an achromatic color, is very wide.
Even though we come to read the tranquil stream of her(서양화가 서경자,SUH KYUNG JA,서경자 작가,여류중견작가 서경자, 서경자 화백,ARTIST SUH KYUNG JA,徐敬子 作家,画家 徐敬子)consciousness from the infrequent linear drawings depicted horizontally in its partial space, which never sways her un- or sub-consciousness.
△CHOI, Byung-Kil(Ph. D. Professor of Wonkwang Univ.)