But today, I am posting this because I have some exciting events coming up!
I will be offering an orizomegami workshop as a part of the Newberg Artwalk at the Chehalem Cultural Center this Friday, May 3rd from 5 to 7pm.
Not to be confused with origami. Orizomegami means folding and dyeing paper. It is a paper dyeing method that is used to create patterns on liquid absorbent paper. This art form is relatively inexpensive and easy to learn and achieve beautiful results. The variety of patterns you can create are as limitless as patterns of kaledoscope. The finished product can be used as gift wrap, book cover, collage or card making materials, or anything else imaginable.
It is a FREE event, and you can drop in any time between 5 to 7pm to learn orizomegami!
|Also, I will be offering Mother's Day themed origami program at 3 branches of Multnomah County Library. Here is the description of the program:|
Delight mom with a homemade gift this Mother’s Day. Artist Yuki Martin will teach you how to create unique origami shapes and decorations to make a card or stand-alone gift. Come transform an ordinary piece of paper into an extraordinary three-dimensional piece of art!Free. Target audience: Families, Grades K-5, Kids.
May 4th from 10:30 to 11:30am at Albina Library (first come, first served).
May 4th from 2 to 3pm at Woodstock Library (registration required: HERE).
May 11th from 2 to 3pm at Gresham Library (first come, first served).