I was one of 22 artists who opened their studios to the public during last weekend’s Ashland Open Studio Tour. It was non-stop people all weekend. And it was wonderful. I really enjoyed a number of enthusiastic children who wanted to learn how to make ladybugs, blob birds, spooky Halloween envelopes and more. It was delightful!
The display shelves in my home studio.
I apologize in advance for the quality of my photos. My house has windows everywhere, making it difficult to get good photos.
Paper wrapped pencils.
Looking down on triangle boxes and clover fold boxes.
Looking down on truffle boxes and puffy pentagon boxes.
Looking down on paper lotus flowers.
Origami mandalas and metal prints of my calligraphy and paste papers.
Origami gift card holders, hand paper cut cards, photo portfolios, Earth Spirit Vessel and origami mandalas.
Sets of matching origami mandalas, lotus flowers and paper wrapped pencils.
Now to get everything put away so I can start making art again. I have more ideas than time to make them all, which is a good thing. No boredom in this house!
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