Lena Liu is an artist of unparalleled popularity in today's collectibles market - art lovers around the world enjoy the universal yet personal character of her paintings. Beautiful birds, tranquil landscapes, and breathtaking floral and musical still lifes are among her collectors' favorites. Lena had her first painting lessons as a child in Taiwan under the guidance of renowned painters Professors Sun Chia-Chin and Huang Chun-Pi. She came to the United States in 1972 to study architecture at the State University of Buffalo, and later did graduate work at the School of Architecture at U.C.L.A. However, her true passion for painting never left her, and in 1977 she began to paint full-time. Today, avid collectors of her work enjoy it across various media, including limited-edition prints, porcelain collector's plates, ornaments, figurines, music boxes, sculptures, cards, tapestries, bookmarks and calendars. Lena has achieved recognition at national shows and exhibits. She was honored by the Collector's Information Bureau (CIB) as Best Plate Artist of the Year and as Collector's Choice Artist of the Year. She was also honored by National Association of Limited Edition Dealers (NALED) as Artist of the Year. She was named the Canadian Artist of the Year at the Canadian Collectible of the Year Awards. She was also an inaugural inductee into the prestigious Bradford Exchange Plate Artist Hall of Fame. This lovely print of white calla lilies is an iconic example of her work. It measures approx 16"H by 12"W unframed but comes to you framed as shown.