Exhibition ORILAND Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA, August 1 - 8, 2007
"A mind-blowing exhibition by Yuri and Katrin Shumakov features Origami clowns and goblins, beautiful flower arrangements (Oribana) and sprawling medival castles. This exhibition is a visual feast of amazing creativity, artistry and talent."
Oriland Sea stretched across Oriland and its waves laved the shores of all kingdoms. The Ships sailed out to the sea: among them are 1-mast 'Brave', 2-mast 'Moonlight' and 3-mast 'Sunny Wind' and 1-mast 'St. Catherine' with pink sails.
Here are blue 'Moonlight' and 'Sunny Wind' Sailing Ships, plowing through the water of Oriland Sea. There is also Treasure Island at the sea; it hides some treasure chests in dense jungles, where turtles and tigers inhabit.
The 3-mast 'Sunny Wind' is heading to the Treasure Island. This gigantic ship is 45 inches (115 cm) long and was built from 500 sheets of paper with no any glue, of course.
The brave captain of 'Sunny Wind' confidently leads the ship toward new adventures. From Exhibition Guestbook: “I am in awe of your skill and attention to detail! Beautiful!”
Undersea life is very colorful; here are corals, fishes, sea plant and Mystery Chest with Treasure map on the seafloor! Sea-stars explore the seabed and, of course, Nemo, the orange clownfish, is here.
The marine life above-water is in full swing. Schools of small glittering fish are swimming by and Devil fish-pals are chatting with each other. Meanwhile, our adventure extends to the shores of Papertown Kingdom…