The charm of oriental painting is to express everything by line and rough stroke using just black color. Using various colors can distort to the original intention of artist, but using simple colors better expresses both the object and intention of artist. By restraining the use of color and water, the artists is able to concentrate on expressing the details deep inside the object.
This work focuses on the topic of free will and communion, expressed through various forms of rough strokes. Each of Kim's artworks is infused with a story - weaving philosophy, psychology, and literature. His art evades definition and artistic classification, letting the viewer determine its meaning.
Medium Used: Ink on Traditional Paper