Beom Moon is known for his in-depth exploration of the unlimited potential of traditional painting and capturing the beauty of landscapes with novel approaches. Without presenting specific objects in his artwork, he creates images that look like imagined spaces in the realm of fantasy. His single color landscape paintings are reminiscent of traditional Korean landscape paintings in india ink and have spatial and dreamy qualities to them.
Beom Moon graduated from Seoul National University with a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Painting and is currently a professor at the Department of Arts & Crafts of Konkuk University. In addition to holding solo exhibitions both in Korea and abroad, he participated in several important group exhibitions, including the Gwangju Biennale (2000), Kim Foster Gallery in New York (1997) and the Logos & Pathos Exhibition (1986-1999).