These gigantic floral installations are odes to the beauty of nature

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British artist Rebecca Louise Law suspends fresh flowers with copper wire, transforming art galleries, museums and exhibition halls into indoor public gardens that take viewers into a whirlwind of colors, textures, and scents. Her art is a study of floral forms and their evolution through the stages of beauty and decay.

Hanging from the ceiling of the exposition space, the flowers dry through the course of the exhibition. Viewers have the chance to engage with the stages of life and decay and follow the artist’s prolonged exploration of ephemerality. Embodying both playfulness and sorrow, her installations afford a sense of suspended motion.

Samples, tests…..and heavily saturated 'The Canopy' 2015

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Nature Morte, 2018

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Hélipterum Sanfordii, 2015

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'Pride' 2017. #skovgaardmuseet Viborg, Denmark

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'White' 2016

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'R.T.' at #nikelab1948 London.

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Still Life, 2016 #broadwaygalleryletchworth Solo show on until October

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