Eun Nim Ro

Detours lead Eun Nim Ro to the Hamburg University of Fine Arts, where she studied painting with Hans Thielmann and Kai Sudek from 1973 to 1979. Here she develops an intuitive painting style that combines the tradition of Korean ink brush painting with the expressive style of Western art. In the early 1980s, she created collage-like, delicate structures from scraps of tissue paper painted over with muted colors. Eun Nim Ro transfers the native appreciation of paper into the artistic realm, and the papers of the mulberry tree and rice plants are for the artist not only a painting ground for her drawings and mixed techniques, but at the same time also a means of expression and design.


o.T. Fisch, 1985

Drawing / Watercolor

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