My process is a series of accumulated regrets. Rough and irregular surfaces cover me and my artwork. Textile features reflect myself through repeating expressions. The characteristics of the wood resemble me; it was created by nature but transformed artificially, and now exists in our world. This controversial transition represents how I create work with colliding questions and skepticism. Like a ritual, I am directing destruction yet echoing creation. This process affects me, mirroring personal doubts. Exploring and connecting each material resembles my own conflict of concealing and revealing. Likewise, my color choices contain variety, showing a different side of a self-portrait. Through covering the surface over and over again, my wrongs and regrets grow and hide inside the pieces. I wish to forgive myself but who am I praying for forgiveness from? These pieces put me in an uncomfortable spot and uncover my insecurities. Still, I hope to create honesty through destruction.