Specializing in artworks made with natural materials, Rebecca Louise Law is an Installation Artist based in East London. Her works look at the relationship between nature, beauty and organic change in the natural world, a motif synonymous to the incredible journey of a Forevermark diamond.
Law’s most famous works include ‘The Flower Garden Display’d’, (The Garden Museum, London, 2014), ‘The Grecian Garden’ (Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens, 2014), ‘Outside: In’ (Times Square, New York, 2015) and ‘The Beauty of Decay’ (Chandran Gallery, San Francisco, 2016). Law’s work has been featured in and exhibited by Bo. Lee Gallery, Broadway Studio & Gallery and in grand locations such as the Royal Academy and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Forevermark were delighted to have worked with Rebecca to create ‘White 2016’.
Law’s pursuit of the idea of forever in her work makes her an inspiration to Forevermark. Her interest and exploration of physicality, sensuality and beauty via (predominantly) flora based work, exudes passion for natural change and preservation. Her work can therefore organically be created and evolve via these natural changes in our environment and through the purity in the natural world.
“For myself, and Forevermark, the ethical sourcing of materials is important to us. We are taking the flowers down after it has been installed and creating more artworks with it.”
Exploring the motif of Forever in her work goes hand in hand with Law’s interest in the sustainability of all her natural materials, and their reuse after. A powerful theme that runs parallel with Forevermark’s responsible sourcing ethos.
Explore Rebecca’s breathtaking installation White 2016, inspired by Forevermark diamonds.