We are very proud to be participating in Art in Action 2013 from August 18th to 21st. This is a wonderful event with international artists demonstrating their skills, practical classes, lectures, performances and of course food! We will be teaching during the event, sharing our enthusiasm for paper folding.
It looks like the sun will be shining brightly for us, so come along and have some fun!
One month has passed since we launched our book and the response has been fantastic! This is one of the best projects I’ve ever done — so much positive energy has been sent my way from people I’ve never met. I’m still working hard on getting the book in stock at more independent bookshops. I am eager to promote this art form, and I am happy to come and do a free workshop to introduce this fun activity. We’ve been to quite a few European origami conventions and the response has been great!
I had the great pleasure of meeting Austrian graphic designer Julia Schönhuber at the German origami convention 2013. Julia makes absolutely stunning kaleidoscopic paper in a huge range of sizes,colours and designs.
When using this paper it’s fascinating to see the patterns change every step of the folding sequence. I certainly enjoyed the process whilst using it for my latest flower design!
Julia is currently working on an online store which should be up and running later in the year, but in the mean time you can check out Origami with Julia
I am very pleased to announce that the book is now available for purchase. I’m happy with how it turned out and I hope you will be too.
Eric and I have just returned from the German Origami Convention in Weimar and the French Origami Convention in Dijon, where the book was well received. I look forward to hearing from those who now have a copy and seeing the models in all kinds of papers and sizes.
Our next stop is Kraków, the Polish Origami Convention on May 29th- 2nd June.
Copies will be available and I’ll be around to sign them.
I will be holding a free workshop at Captured on the Rye in East Dulwich on 22nd May from 4-5pm.
Come along and join the fun!
We will set up an ‘events’ section on the website shortly. If you would like to have an origami workshop in your local school/library/bookshop/cafe let them know or contact me. I’m based in South East London.