Coast Magazine features Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law in a full page spread. ‘The Beauty of Decay’ article describes Rebecca Louise Law as a “London-based installation artist best known for using natural materials, namely fresh and dried flora, to create colossal suspended works of art.” Coast highlights Casa Romantica and our surrounding community by saying,
Headlining C Magazine‘s ‘Culture’ section, Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law is featured as “Orange County’s Exquisite Upside Down Garden.” “British artist Rebecca Louise Law gathers freshly cut flowers, winds them with copper wire and suspends them for a magical 3-D effect that has fashion houses and fine-jewelry outfits clamoring to commission her ethereal, submersive work,” says
“Visitors to this summer’s art exhibit at Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens may be startled to realize that pictures don’t begin to do it justice,” writes OC Register. “For the first time in its 15 years as a cultural center, Casa Romantica is hosting an art exhibit consisting of 8,000 freshly cut blooms –
“This month, 8,000 blooms morph into modern art at the Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, the Spanish-style building that was once home to San Clemente’s founder,” says Sunset Magazine. “For the exhibition Casa Coastal, London-based installation artist Rebecca Louise Law and her team used flora grown on-site — including sea thrift, straw flowers, and
Los Angeles Times covers Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law in its Daily Pilot section. The Daily Pilot states, “Rebecca Louise Law is a British installation artist, best known for using materials found in nature — namely flowers — as her medium. Her suspended artworks have appeared everywhere from Times Square to the Royal Academy of
Laguna Beach Art Patron Magazine covered Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law thoroughly in its 4 page spread. Anticipating the opening of Casa Coastal, Laguna Beach Art Patron writes, “Rebecca Louise Law will be participating in Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Garden’s summer program this year with what promises to be a stunning exhibition. The Casa
Before the exhibit was revealed, San Clemente Lifestyle featured Casa Romantica and its community vision for Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law. San Clemente Lifestyle stated, “Imagine walking into a sunny space and looking up to see a sprawling field of flowers with blooms more numerous than you can count. Imagine an explosion of color chains
Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens has commissioned renowned British artist Rebecca Louise Law to create a floral art installation. The artist will weave and hang 8,000 blooms for our gallery in June 2017. We need your help to grow the blooms needed to comprise this major floral + horticulture initiative.