The circumvolutions that traverse Suh Kyoung-Ja's works witness the limited communion that she maintains with the world around her. Sometimes it is plenty of sentiment that she expresses with “Meditation”, and sometimes it is the excessive turbulence of our actual world that she seized, and inspires a series of canvases on "The Noise of Life".
However, every time it is a seeking itself of fusion that animates her. Her graphic impulsion oscillates between abstraction and figuration, creating a suggestive universe or making us to recognize our proper intimate interrogation.
She brushes, claws, and hatches the canvas with all of her creative energy. Her inspiration issues a daily, quick sublimation of a poem that flirts with tragedy. Suh Kyoung-Ja begins to paint on the perilous edge of a difficult equilibrium between harmony and disharmony, creating the opposition of black and white, bright and shade.
Her work, grasping directly with our contemporary world, reflects all of her richness, tension and hope. Our regard on her works reveals the implacable truth of our appearance like a mirror: It is with art that Suh Kyoung-Ja(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)permits us to go beyond in order to reach the heart of our conscience.
△파트리스 들 라 페리에르(par Patrice dela Perriere)