DescriptionThe first paint used by mankind was loess.
He painted cave paintings with yellow red clay powder and decorated his body.
At the time of burial, it was also used for decoration of tombs. The use of soil for painting is considered to be the first evidence that mankind developed abstract and symbolic thinking.
The painter rubbed the soil just like the ancients did.
The earth was life to him.
In fact, it is said that over 100 million microorganisms live in 1 gram of soil, so a lump of soil is just a lump of life.
There, the painter met the lump of life, and with it, he became immersed in painting with a pure "passion of primitive faith." Therefore,
his works created at this time are expressing the vitality overflowing with intuitive excitement in a word.