Karis Kim | South Korea



53.1"H x 27.5"W 


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    Art Description:

    This work is an oriental brush writing using a cursive style letter. Oriental brush writing is only expressed with ink and brush on paper, and while the ingredients are so simple, this writing contains the beauty of formativeness and rhythm and can express a writer's personality and psychology. It also does not draw specific objects, but simply symbolic letter composed of dots, lines and strokes, and needs the writer's high imagination, so it can be called abstract.

    In the case of brush writing, it cannot be modified due to its characteristics, if a small ink drop is splashed or even one dot is wrong, it cannot be corrected and should be discarded and reworked from the beginning, also since this work is based on traditional paper, so more careful attention is needed than other works. 1 cursive style letter has various meanings, This letter pronounced as "gi" has the meaning of spirit, force, energy, power and etc. Our energy and spirit are declining day by day due to the gap between reality and ideal, an unfair world, the difference between rich and poor and etc. It's been a while since the new year started and we're losing confidence in the things we promised for the new year. Don't lose confidence, do have a high spirit. This work expresses this decision in this brush writing.


    Medium Used: Ink on Traditional Paper

    Karis Kim | South Korea

    Karis is an artist of Western & Oriental style paintings. Also, a poet and writer, Kim has published various works in philosophy and psychology, and is soon to release a novel in the same field. His elaborate artworks intricately weave philosophy, psychology and literature.

    Kim has exhibited with various galleries across the globe including USA, France, Slovenia, Singapore, Japan, and Korea. Additionally, his artworks have also been regularly showcased in Korean television dramas.