This wild phantasmagoria of bubbling forms and curving leaves actually features a plant whose flowers ("manju") and leaves ("saka") never meet, according to Chinese tradition. This plant is a symbol for the mythical concept of reincarnation, and it also represents a story about cursed love. This is a fine print of the work by artist Zhou Ye. It is set in a white lacquered frame. Ye lives and works in Guangzhou, China.
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