View a gallery of images for each mobile including a description of its theme, size (most are approximately 8" in diameter and 24"-31" high), the materials it's comprised of, and photo build journals that show my step by step process.
Advance Your Art Podcast Interview
Recently I was interviewed by Yuri Cataldo, host of the Advance Your Art podcast. We chatted about when I learned origami, how it progressed from a hidden hobby to my full time profession, how my health situation has impacted my art, what advice would I share with fledging artists, why do I create, and what is my art's purpose in my own life and the lives of those who view it.
ORIGAMI FOLDING CLUB
Established in June 2017 West Michigan Origami is a folding club (similar to a knitting club, but with paper). There is an official Facebook Group Page and/or an official web page on this website. Join either for notifications of upcoming meetups. Recommended ages are 8 and up. All experience levels are welcome. Bring a project you're working on or come learn. Please RSVP if you plan to attend.
Thank you 60 Second docs, CraftSanity, and 97.9 WGRD
What kind of paper do I use? Where do I get my paper? Do I cut my paper into tiny pieces or buy it that small? These are the questions I've now been asked thousands of times. Since they are pretty consistent I thought I’d compile them together into an FAQ blog post.
Please contact me regarding commissions (for a single crane or 1000) or any questions about my work and to sign up for email updates regarding: West MI Origami Folding Club - Coming Spring 2017, Show/Exhibition Updates, and the Tinygami Annual Newsletter