The various moments of the Buddha's life, as well as the people and
scenery, are very realistically embroidered. Master Choi personally dyed the
threads and used them to faithfully represent each object. She used techniques
known as "ieumsu," "jaryeonsu," "uryeonsu," and
"jinggeumsu," along with her own creative approach to give depth,
dimension, and weight. Master Choi's artistic passion channels Buddhist
painting into her embroidery.