Artist Rebecca Louise Law is known for her huge installations that resemble ethereal upside down gardens. She’s back with her largest installation to date. Called The Canopy, it consists of 150,000 Australian native flowers which include rodanthe, hydrangea, protea, statice and roses among others, which have been individually entwined with copper wire. The Canopy took one month to complete with 30 people working on it. I was given these first pictures of the impressive, permanent piece, which will hang at Eastland shopping mall, in Melbourne, Australia, starting on June 22. Over the years, I’ve consistently been amazed by her works and even created this compilation post of some of my favorites.
See pictures of her previous work here.