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Rebecca Louise Law — London, UK

With over 17 years experience working with natural materials, most of her works reflect nature by looking at plant patterns or observing the way plants grow. Rebecca has made flowers more magical and stunning to look at, encouraging audiences to become active participants in her truly unforgettable works.

The fragility and strength of flowers embodies the essence of romance and beauty. London based installation artist Rebecca Louse Law is able to transform regular spaces into art by using suspended flowers as her medium of choice. Trained in Fine Art at Newcastle University, UK, Rebecca explores the relationship between nature and humans through her interactive large-scale installations of hanging flowers within site-specific spaces. As well as exhibiting in public spaces, Rebecca has been commissioned by numerous brands including high-fashion names such as Hermes, Gucci and Max Mara.

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