Rebecca Louise Law is a British artist known for her artistic installations around the world, created with plants and natural materials. She supports her work on the link between man and nature, and she is passionate about nature preservation. Her work evolves with natural changes, constituting a singular and innovative concept. Wishing to share the nature’s beauty with the greatest number, the artist invites us, thanks to her works, to a perpetual celebration of the Earth.

Recently, the artist created a brand new installation entitled “Community”, exhibited at the Toledo Museum of Art, and made up of more than 500,000 native plants from the local landscape. For this masterpiece, the largest she has ever done yet, it took approximatively 1800 hours for the many volunteers to install it, and the fruit of their work is simply wonderful.