The works of Li-Leger has been described as a fusion between Oriental art and modern art. Here in this tapestry "Hollyhock Garden" we see a composition made of hollyhocks, a native Asian flower, and spaces of solid color. The hollyhock has been cultivated for centuries as a garden plant akin to the roses in Western culture, to display a variety of color variations. They are also used as herbal remedies in Asian culture. In this tapestry, the hollyhocks are bursting through behind a section of color, and there are the hallmark elements of solid color, and floating elements of squares and peeps of other Oriental plants such as the bamboo. This contemporary tapestry "Hollyhock Garden" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging.