(Toledo, OH) A British artist will use flowers for an art installation in Toledo-- but needs a lot of help.
The Toledo Museum of Art has commissioned London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law to use flowers and natural materials for her largest-ever installation to date, which will be on display for six months starting in mid-June.
The artist will use about 150,000 plants and flowers for the project-- and will need 1,000 volunteer hours to assist her over a two-week period.
Those displays use fresh and dried flowers. The artist will even reuse some flowers from previous projects across the globe in the name of sustainability. Her sculptures are suspended from above and held together with copper wire.
Anyone who wants to volunteer on the project can contact the art museum.