Rebecca Louise Law is a British installation artist, famous for her floral artworks.
“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,” reads her website.
Recently, she collaborated with the residents of Toledo, Ohio to help with her latest project titled, Community. The exhibition features more than 500,000 flowers, installed with the help of local volunteers. The project comprised of dried flowers preserved from past exhibitions and over 150,000 native plants sourced locally.
The exhibit is on view at the Toledo Art Museum until January 13, 2019.