Origami is a traditional art form from Japan. Simple 3D folded shapes can be combined to create shadowbox art. Participants will learn to fold a masu box and a pyramid. With traditional Japanese Origami paper, a canvas board for mounting pieces, and options for combining colors and shapes, each participant will construct an original art piece that can be displayed on the wall.
Since tiddlywinks was a very popular parlor game in the 1920s, participants will also receive ideas for combining art construction with the tiddlywinks game in mind as well as disks for playing at home.
If you love to be hands-on, come join the fun!
When: Saturday, April 15, 1-1:45pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church Classroom
Capacity: 10 seats
For questions or to sign up for the class, contact Dr. Sylvia Rockwell at Touched01@aol.com