Rebecca Louise Law Is Turning The World Of Floral Art Upside Down

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This visionary artist is turning the garden upside down, and we LOVE it!

Rebecca Louise Law, a floral installation artist, has been working with flowers for over 17 years. Inspired exclusively by natural materials, Rebecca’s work explores the relationship between “the human being and the ephemeral nature of flowers.”

Best known for her magnificent, interactive large-scale installations that consist of thousands of upside down hanging flowers suspended overhead, Rebecca creates ethereal canopies for guests and visitors to walk beneath.

Rebecca’s floral art installations have adorned some of London’s most famous locations including: the Garden Museum, Royal Opera House, Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Arcade, Royal Geographical Society and Westminster Abbey.

You can view more of Rebecca’s incredible work on her website.

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All images ©2014 Rebecca Louise Law

  • Gargouille

    Gorgeous! And I bet they last longer with all the blood going to their heads (as it were).

  • How beautiful!

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