A print artist who tries to find her own way away from a printing press. She then chooses to use natural materials as her molds. Leaves, trees, vegetables, and fruits are used as main materials for the creation of works. the work called “Essence-Form”— the large form of the Buddha image affixed by dyed petals of mulberry paper, its weight determined by a process of light and shadow she chooses, and water-based dyeing by allowing dyes flow freely in water and then having mulberry paper dipped down as well as a dyeing process. In every step, the artist’s skills and her mental spirit are developed. This is a holistic concept of the Dharma, the nature, and the simplicity.