By Eric Heinz
Casa Costal: Rebecca Louise Law where 8,000 blooms and seashells will be strung together in a series of chains people can talk through and enjoy. The exhibit will start with a kick-of event
Law’s team of artistic directors as well as a group of volunteers is helping put together the exhibit while she is away in England, her home country.
A kick-off event will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, June 9, at the Casa, located at 410 Avenida Granada. The exhibit ends Aug. 13.
The process began a year ago when Casa Romantica was planning its next season, and they wanted to accomplish three goals: produce high-caliber art, promote the use of “water-wise” horticulture and bring the community together, Casa officials said.
Almost all the flowers in the exhibition has been designated as a water-wise plant that doesn’t require extra irrigation. The Casa also has exhibits with native plants and have gardens that showcase native plant horticulture.
The Casa’s hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday through Sunday and closed on Monday. General admission is $5.