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Origami class at the Hive, April 25

Next Thursday, April 25, I will be teaching an origami class at The Hive at 7PM.  The cost is $15 students, $20 adults. Supplies are included. The theme is “Spring!”  So I am going to offer a “menu” of models we can … Continue reading

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Weekly origami post!

Origami turtle and Luna moth (designed by Michael LaFosse) and rabbit (designed by Samuel Randlett). I will be teaching another origami class at The Hive on April 25, 7-9PM. The theme will be “Spring” – I’ll post more info soon! … Continue reading

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Origami Rabbits

Six different origami rabbit designs I folded last night! Starting from the top center and going counter-clockwise, they are designed by Jacky Chan, Jun Maekawa, John Montroll, Robert Lang, Akira Yoshizawa, and… I’m not sure about the last one in … Continue reading

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Rebecca Siswick’s art at Island Art and Hobby

Rebecca Siswick Graham is the Artist-of-the-Month at Island Art & Hobby! Her current collection of artwork in acrylic, encaustic, and mixed media will be on display now through March 31st. They held a reception on March 15, and was well … Continue reading

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Don’t forget – Origami Class coming up at The Hive, for Easter / Passover!

I’ll be teaching an origami class at The Hive (on Pleasant Street) on March 14 at 7PM! The theme this time will be Easter and Passover.  Models on our menu to fold include: The traditional origami lily. Easter Lilies are … Continue reading

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Origami Class coming up at The Hive

I’ll be teaching an origami class at The Hive (on Pleasant Street) on March 14 at 7PM! The theme this time will be Easter and Passover.  I’ll post photos of some of the models we will be doing, as soon … Continue reading

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Origami Orca

Designed by Satoshi Kamiya. Folded by me from one uncut sheet of foil paper. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Abstract Origami

Each folded from a single sheet of paper following a regular geometric method. I am not sure who discovered these first; I discovered them independently back in the 80′s and published diagrams in the Origami Newsletter of the Friends of … Continue reading

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Origami train

  Each segment is a folded from a single square of paper with no cuts or glue.  The design is from a book I bought more than twenty years ago. It is all in Japanese, by Yoshihide Momotani.  There are … Continue reading

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Origami at the Hive

Last night I had an origami class at The Hive, with a Valentine’s Day theme.  Although I had a variety of models ready to teach, we ended up focusing on just making a rose, which is a somewhat complicated model. … Continue reading

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Origami Class at The Hive

I’ll be back at The Hive for another origami class this Thursday! I am still picking out exactly what models I will teach, but I will probably focus on Valentine’s Day-related models – depending on who comes, we will might … Continue reading

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Origami Mammoth

Designed by Satoshi Kamiya, folded by me from one 10″ uncut sheet of paper (foil on one side, white on the other). – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Class on origami boxes and containers at The Hive!

Plain boxes, fancy boxes, boxes with lids from one sheet of paper, boxes made from multiple units…. I will be teaching these and/or similar models, according to the skill and interests of the students (teens and adults), on Thursday, January … Continue reading

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Four-igami

These are a few things I’ve folded over the past year or so.  I made this collage trying out a neat (currently free) app on my iPhone: Photo Collage. Credits, from top right going clockwise: dragon, designed by me, folded … Continue reading

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Speaking of origami boxes… and my upcoming class

This cool origami Jack-in-the-box was designed by Max Hulme.  I really like this design because it is structurally very clean and logical, and very effective, folded from a single uncut 2×1 rectangle of wrapping paper (15″x7.5″). The instructions are in Eric … Continue reading

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Origami boxes and containers at The Hive!

Plain boxes, fancy boxes, boxes with lids from one sheet of paper, boxes made from multiple units…. I will be teaching these and/or similar models, according to the skill and interests of the students, on Thursday, January 24 at 7PM, … Continue reading

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Origami from my archives

Going through some origami I have in storage I came across these inventions of mine I haven’t folded in a while. First, this golden cat, that looks like it belongs in an Egyptian tomb. Then this car. I came up … Continue reading

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Origami T-Rex Skull

From the same book I used for yesterday’s post. It was a great Christmas present! – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Prehistoric Origami

Michelinoceras and Anomalocaris, folded from a Japanese origami book I got for Christmas called “Dinosaurs 3″ by Fumiaki Kawahata.  Neither of these creatures is a dinosaur, but you get the point – the book has diagrams for how to fold … Continue reading

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Christmas Origami Santa

Santa brought me a few origami books! This Santa is from “Brilliant Origami”, by David Brill: – Fr. Matthew Green  

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