Life and Death
delicacy – 16;
A framed and mounted limited edition image;
20″ x 20″ black frame;
Signed on glass indelibly by the artist;
Only nine images are produced and put on sale;
This is a representation of the product – printed colours may differ from those on your screen;
Please note that ALL prints are printed, mounted and framed by hand and assembled to order.
We DO NOT mass produce any of Arwyn Bailey’s exquisite art as this would devalue his work.
Please note that orders can take between 7 to 30 days to be received by you, longer if your delivery is to take place outside of the U.K. Mainland.
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Rebecca Louise Law is an installation artist specialising in artworks made with natural materials, especially flowers.
The exhibition Life in Death showcases her personal collection of plants and flowers, dried and preserved over a six year period. It is her most intricate large-scale artwork to date and examines our relationship with flowers and plants and how they are used, particularly through rituals.
Kew’s Herbarium specimens, including Egyptian garlands made with dried flowers dating back to 700BC, which inspired Rebecca to make this work, are also on display.