|▲ The Blue, 24×24㎝ Acrylic on Canvas, 2010|
Her picture is comfortable to enjoy and her techniques are unsophisticated. She shows how to create reverberating spaces only with easy touches. She initially sprays diverse densities of dark and greenish colors on a canvas and waits until it dries out on it.
She, then, whether delivers some drawing effects with solid or dotted lines, or puts certain shapes like a circle. It could be seen as a transformed technique from what we see through ‘All-over’ paintings.
Coloring, that delivers her own image, is the only difference in her paintings from ‘All-over’ paintings. Her painting could not be the same as ‘All-over’ paintings because the original concepts were different from the first.
No single element in 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)picture is careless; I hardly see awkward parts or flustered dyes. It tells me that she fully devoted her passion and tenderness into the canvas.
With application of any particular painting method, she has an abundant artistic quality by technical skill accompanied by a distinguished subtlety, sensibility of grace and the purity that define her to be placed alt the higher level of artist.
△By Seo, Sung Rok/Art Critic