Geum Joong-Ki earned B.A and M.A degrees in carving and modeling at Hong-Ik University in Korea, and studied photography at Ecole de Beaux-art, Versailles in France. He was awarded Joong-Ang Biennale ‘Second Prize’ by Seoul Municipal Museum of Art for his excellent performance, and had also resided in “Cite International Art Community” in Paris and “Changdong Art Studio” in Seoul. Now he is a full-time resident of “Gana-Atelier.” The main theme of his works “Loose Collision”, relationship between the Nature and Animal, has been presented since the early 90’s. The realistic, cute, decorative, and refined figures only reminds the view point of the man about the animals. Although the figures takes the animals as the motif and have very realistic shapes, the animality cannot be read. To look carefully, the expression looks like smiles, it is covered with nickel-gilt and urethane coating, though. Rather, it is just read that the cold and indifferent expression, the look loosing the individuality, and the face highly artificialized.