|▲ 숨겨진 차원, 60.6×50.0㎝, 1995|
Her motif of later part has gradually been simplified, and there are some images invisible, are hidden deeply der the pictorial surface. The motion and the dynamic motif of her paintings in her early days has gradually been faded away from the current works, which is now totally static, changing toward the atmosphere of meditation and contemplation.
For a practical instance, we can notice the painting objects mainly of plants, including flowers and trees, being set up in a separate position respectively rather than the moving objects of animals including nighthawk.
|▲ 53.0×45.5㎝, 1995|
The composition of the canvas is characterized by simple and monotonous structure rather than a rigid composition with square or geometric shapes.
It is apparent that the small squares often appeared in her(CHANG CHI WON,Korean painter Chang Chi-Won,ARTIST CHANG CHI WON,서양화가 장지원,장지원 작가,장지원 화백,張志瑗) early works are now out sight, leaving a simple surface of the picture without border lines of square shapes.
△Yoo Jae-Gil/Prof. of Hongik Univ, Art Critic