Rebecca Louise Law is a British Installation Artist, best known for artworks created with natural materials, namely flora. The physicality and sensuality of her work plays with the relationship between humanity 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 Grecian Garden’ (Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens), ‘The Beauty of Decay’ (Chandran Gallery, San Francisco), ‘Life in Death’ (Shirley Sherwood Gallery, London) and ‘Community’ (The Toledo Museum of Art). Law’s work has also been exhibited by Bo. Lee Gallery, Broadway Studio & Gallery, NOW Gallery and at sites such as the Royal Academy of Arts and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
A book featuring a collection of Law’s artworks to date was released in October 2017 and is available from all major bookshops or to order here.
‘I like to capture and treasure small beautiful natural objects to create an artwork that can be observed without the pressure of time. Preserving, treasuring, celebrating and sharing the beauty of the Earth with the world is what drives me.’
Commissions that are a continuation of Rebecca’s ongoing practice are welcomed. Rebecca’s installations are site-specific and designed to dry within the space as permanent sculptures. If the artwork is required short term, the future of the natural materials used is taken into consideration.