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 a standard for decorating churches. On one hand, the white color represents purity and joy. More importantly, the lily bursts forth and blooms from a bulb which lies buried and hidden in the earth, like Christ who lay in the tomb and rose in glory from under the earth. This model also introduces origami novices to a standard of the traditional origami repertoire, with its characteristics of elegance and simplification.
- An Easter bunny/basket (designed by a Korean named Jacky Chan – not the martial arts action movie star!). Not as directly related to the religious significance of Easter, this model combines a container (maybe for chocolate Easter eggs?) with…
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