Origami is an art form that has been around for centuries. The literal meaning of origami is "fold" (ori or oru) and "paper" (gami or kami) and the technique of folding paper into various shapes has always been fascinating.
But Origami is not just for paper! Its simplicity lies in its transformative power that has been harnessed by artists, architects, and designers to transform a range of materials.
As an artist with a love for geometry, manipulation, and transformation, I have developed a unique technique of blending the delicacy of porcelain with the simplicity of origami. Blending origami with porcelain allows my work to be spontaneous and full of life, my ceramic geometric sculptures play with light and shadow and embrace negative space. Using origami, it is the asymmetry in the geometry that is really exciting for me.
Here, you will find other origami lovers who have created stunning pieces in new materials. Let's explore the beauty of folded paper together and create magical pieces that capture the essence of origami.