British floral artist Rebecca Louise Law created a beautifully romantic art installation that involved 3,500 multicolored roses. Appropriately titled Roses, it involved the flowers being suspended by their stems from the ceiling of the New Covent Garden Market in London, United Kingdom.
Commissioned by the Garden Museum to feature in their Floriculture: Flowers, Love and Money exhibition during the month of love, Rebecca Louise Law created an appropriately amorous art installation. Although, Roses can also be the landing above, it also creates an enchanting canopy for those who walk beneath it. In a way, the art installation looks like something that Professor Dumbledore would conjure up in the Great Hall of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Yet it took more hard work and patience than magic to create the installation.
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