Sa Sukwon (b. 1960), born in Seol, is a Korean folk artist known for his nature paintings, including landscapes and depictions of animals in the wilds of Africa. He studied at Dongguk University in Seoul and the University of Paris VIII.His work is characterized by broad areas of rich primary colors over intricate details. In his earliest works, he used chalkboards as canvases, overlayed with words and imagery, using oil paint, mixed-media collage, and found objects. He applies paint directly to his canvas from the tube and uses a limited number of brushstrokes for a thick and textured look. His work has been exhibited at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea, among other art venues.