Miri Golan’s “Two Books,” (left) and Vincent Floderer’s “Clitocybe” (right) If you think of frogs or birds when someone mentions origami, then perhaps you need to visit the new exhibit, “Folding Paper: the Infinite Possibilities of Origami,” at the Crocker Art Museum, where you’ll see some frogs and some birds, but you’ll also see pieces… Continue reading Rethinking origami as ‘Folding Paper’ / Sacramento Press
I am so excited and honored to be joined by two brilliant young artists this June at Mind Unwind Gallery! Having the addition of their presentation and origami contribution enriches the exhibit and extends it beyond my own capacity. The Origami Seascape emphasizes the intention behind The Sacred Shadow Self to encourage viewers to reach… Continue reading Sacred Shadow Self Featuring Youth Origami Artists Cole Durnwirth and Caroline Byrne
More than 200 Mini Maker fans took home kites on Saturday! We’ll be making more from 10am to 6pm Sunday June 9th, come on by! Like Seattle, WA Origami Teacher – Karah Pino on Facebook!
Artigami: Flights of Fantasy at the Seattle Mini Maker’s fair June 8&9! Click image for tickets!
Submitted by kkinley, Neighborhood Reporter Thursday, May 23rd, 2013, 2:32pm Topics: Schools Share on printPrint Share on emailE-mail MAINEVILLE, OH (FOX19) – Students at Little Miami elementary and primary schools learned the ancient art of origami recently when children’s author Christine Petrell Kallevig brought “Storigami” to their buildings. Kallevig, who has written a number of… Continue reading Author tells stories with origami | Schools | Warren County News
I looked at many different shapes, these are just a few I chose to consider for this mandala. Exploring Mandala Shapes: Looking at layering: Final choice: Detail:
Robert Lang To many of us, origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper-folding, is an artistic novelty, resulting in a cute miniature crane, frog, elephant or even a boat or a box. But, according to origami master Robert Lang, the algorithms and theorems of origami design have illuminated long-standing mathematical questions and have even solved… Continue reading Top Origami Artist to Shed Light on Modern Science of Origami at May 22 Talk
Artist at work Unwinding her Mind I’m not sure why I insist on using my fingers when working with charcole…they always crack and bleed, but I am getting more savvy about using a Chamois…or paper towel in this case. — at Sacred Shadow Studio for the Mind Unwind June Exhibit. “Vitalize the Mind” wall panels… Continue reading Sacred Shadow Studio Update #2: “Vitalize the Mind” wall panels
April 29, 2013 Nature Chemical Biology DNA origami, make room: proteins can be bioengineered to fold up into three-dimensional architectures from one continuous strand, reports work published online this week in Nature Chemical Biology. DNA origami, in which specific base pairing has been used to design a large variety of structures such as smiley faces,… Continue reading Protein origami | Nature Chemical Biology | Nature Publishing Group
Take a structure, strip away all of the non-essentials, and squeeze out every last unused bit of air space, and what do you get? Something a lot like a folded sheet of paper. This folding shelter designed by Doowon Suh is as elementary as it gets – a series of sheets that unfold like origami… Continue reading Origami Shelter: Instant Flat-Pack Architecture on Demand | WebUrbanist