I use sumi ink, gofun, clay paint, mineral pigments, acrylics, pastels and other painting materials.
The subject of most of my paintings is women, but I try to depict the edge of the leaves as persistently as possible.
When I was a child, I felt a pleasant tension when I braided my younger sister’s hair, and I thought the contrast between the white scalp and the fine black hair was beautiful from the bottom of my heart, which is the most primitive and intense motivation for painting.
Then, when I try to depict the poetic sentiment of a woman who is not easy to grasp, like a mist or smoke that seems to be elusive, I often draw the expression and texture of the clothing and ornaments that the figure wears. Clothing and decorations cover the skin, but sometimes they reveal the inner self.
I want to depict what I love obsessively, but at the same time, it is my eternal theme to depict a portrait of a person who has a certain elegance at the root, and I