Acrylic on Canvas – April 2016
Mei-hwa (Meihua) or plum blossom in Chinese is a flower that blooms in the midst of the transition from winter into spring. It is seen thus as a symbol of perseverance, hope and beauty in transitory times. In Korea it’s a popular symbol of spring and branches of them are placed in vases. In Japan, they are seen as a symbol of early spring, and were popular before cherry blossoms became the “it” flower. But maybe even more than that, they are seen as a protection against evil and misfortune.
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