Rebecca Louise Law is an Installation Artist based in East London, specialising in artworks made with natural materials, namely flowers.
The physicality and sensuality of her site specific work plays with the relationship between man and nature. Law is passionate about natural change and preservation, allowing her work to evolve as nature takes its course and offering an alternative concept of beauty.
Notable commissions include ‘The Flower Garden Display’d’, (The Garden Museum, London),‘The Grecian Garden’ (Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens), and ‘Flowers 2015: Outside In’ (Times Square, New York). In addition her work has been exhibited alongside contemporaries Damien Hirst and Beth Carter, at sites such as the Royal Academy and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Rebecca works from her studio and gallery on Columbia Road in East London, open every Sunday from 10-4pm.