Why flowers in ancient cultures are associated with seasons is a message as old as humans’ interaction with nature. In the Far East, springs are marked by a profusion of lilies—their delicate sweet scents wafting through fields and houses. LIULI’s proclivity for spring flowers comes from an appreciation for their understated vitality. That is since lilies bloom best when the life force of the land is strongest. Here, in homage to the strength of the landscape and a single flower’s ability to give the gift of sweetness, artisan’s create the artwork titled “Tinged Scent in the Spring.”
開或不開 請聽春天的聲音； 澗水山崖； 生機是一步又一步。
Lily – Tinged Scent in the Spring
To bloom or not to bloom, Listen closely to the voice of spring. A flowing stream, a mountain cliff, Vitality comes step by step.