Rebecca Louise Law is a British floral artist who travels around the world to display her cascading flower showers in different places.
Her artwork plays with the relationship between humanity and nature and she is passionate about natural preservation, letting her work to change naturally, offering an alternative concept of beauty.
“I like to capture and treasure small beautiful natural objects to create an artwork that can be observed without the pressure of time. Preserving, treasuring, celebrating and sharing the beauty of the Earth with the world is what drives me,” she explains in a book featuring a collection of her works.
Her latest project, called Community, incorporates over 500,000 flowers installed at the Toledo Art Museum, with the help of the residents of Toledo, Ohio. It is comprised of dried flowers preserved from past exhibitions and more than 150,0000 locally sourced native plants. The exhibit is on view at the museum until January 13, 2019.