Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

The Garden Display’d, 2014 by by Rebecca Louise Law.

 

Rebecca Louise Law is a London-based installation artist, best known for her breathtaking interactive large-scale installations consisting of thousands of suspended flowers.  Law has been working with natural materials and flowers for over 17 year. Her work is underpinned by her love of exploring the interlinked relationship between the human beings and nature.

“Most of my installations are reflecting what’s happening in nature, by looking at plant patterns or observing the way something grows. Then I imagine these themes in real life and times that by a thousand so that it becomes fantasy,” says Law.

 

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law, The Hated Flower 2014 | Yellowtrace

The Hated Flower, 2014.

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

Chelsea Flower Show, 2013.

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

Chandelier, 2010.

Floral Art by Rebecca Louise Law | Yellowtrace

Birthday Chair, 2004.

As well as exhibiting in public spaces, galleries and museums, these flights of fancy appear as rosebud-studded walls, flower-wrapped columns, and bud-strung ceilings, commissioned by luxury brands such as Hermès, Jo Malone, Mulberry and Cartier for press events and exclusive fashion dinners.

For more “gardening tips”, you can view all of Rebecca’s incredible work on her website. Gasp.

Related Post: Falling Garden by Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger.

 


[Images courtesy of Rebecca Louise Law.]

 

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