East London floral artist Rebecca Louise Law is elevating the art form with her sublime arrangements of floating flowers. Her site specific works see fields of hundreds or thousands of flowers, wild or cultivated, suspended high above the floor on nearly invisible threads. Her work fills the sky with color, inviting visitors to looks up and interact in a unique experience that combines nature and architecture.
“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.
Schooled at Newcastle University, Law’s unique eye and affinity for natural materials has seen her creating floral installations for fashion brands like Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci. Not all her creations are floating however, and some are decidedly grounded – like the timber-based Land Art projects she has lead to encourage social change. See more of this in-demand artist at rebeccalouiselaw.com.