ORILAND: What Origami Can Be!
(Sun City Kingdom, Paper Sea and Dino-skeleton)
Toronto Public Library (St. James Town Branch),
Toronto, ON, Canada, March 17 – 21, 2009
"Simply breatht taking! Truly a unique and wonderful way to look at origami. Thank you for sharing your vision with young and old and everyone inbetween!"
(Andrew Lumb, from Exhibition Guestbook)
The dino-skeleton is folded from 80 sheets of paper and is 36 inches (90 cm) long. The fence is origami too, each and every stick is a piece of rolled tightly paper into a thin tube
Oriland Museum area in the late afternoon sun. The paper restorers are working on the Stegosaurus-Skeleton display this evening.
Origami little people are about 3-inch (7.5-cm) high. Each paper person is folded from about 10 to 20 sheets of selected papers from napkin-like paper to foil-paper (often for shoes).
The Oriland Museum area is filled not only with paper restorers, working on the Dinosaur display, but also many Orilanders, spending fun time at this attraction.
Photos by Katrin and Yuri Shumakov
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