Last June, British installation artist Rebecca Louise Law arranged over 500,000 fresh and preserved flowers in the Toledo Museum of Art’s Canaday Gallery to create a stunning, floating indoor garden. Using flora from previous installations and plants and flowers native to Toledo sourced by volunteers, her installation, Community, was a breathtaking statement about humanity and nature. While Community was de-installed on January 13, Rebecca Louise Law will remain in Toledo from January 21-31 to take part in a Guest Artist Pavilion Project (GAPP) residency, where she will work with the Glass Studio team to create experimental work involving the dust and the dried floral fragments from her installation. Hear Law speak at the TMA in the GlasSalon at 7pm on Friday, January 25.
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