"I create installations that fully surround the viewer thus creating an experience that uses many senses. Most of my installations are made with thousands of flowers that I allow to desiccate into semi-permanent natural installations," commented Rebecca on her work.
The Flower Garden Display'd was a recent project, which saw her create a floating meadow of 4,600 flowers for London's Garden Museum. The result was a surreal environment, changing the perspective, to find yourself looking up rather than down.
I'm fascinated by my work changing over time and the challenges I face whilst working with an expensive and ephemeral material.
Rebecca's reasons for working with this temperamental material have evolved over the years. "Originally it was the endless colours and forms that led me to nature, but now I would say that it is the complete sensory experience you get from natural materials and I love bringing this into an urban environment.
"I'm fascinated by my work changing over time and the challenges I face whilst working with an expensive and ephemeral material. I feel like I am constantly learning about how to work with nature, as one slight change in the environment can completely change an installation."
Though many artists take their cues from the natural world, Law takes the familiar material of flowers and presents it to us in a completely new and innovative way.