25 Aug – 9 Oct 2016
Rebecca Louise Law is a British artist known for large-scale artworks created with natural materials, especially flowers. The exhibition explored the impact of Dutch flower painting on Law’s practice and included a site-specific installation alongside a selection of sculptures and photographic prints in which Law paid direct homage to the still life painters of the Dutch Golden Age.
What you said:
“Quite visually stunning.”
“Wonderful aroma from the beautifully hanging centerpiece. Very Victorian, with flowers, birds and insects.”
“Wonderful – what a treat for Letchworth!”
“Loved the fact that I could smell the exhibition as I walked in. I really enjoyed the whole thing.”
“Magnificent. I have waited for this for years.”