A new art exhibit features a plethora of origami animals made in a wide range of shapes and sizes.
The exhibit highlights the precision and technical skill of several "Epic Origami" artists who fold miniature to life-sized sculptures in a variety of mediums ranging from paper, aluminum, copper and canvas. Each artist’s individual ﬂair and style bring something unique to the exhibit that features such creatures as cranes, rhinos, penguins and dragons. The paper splendors on view help to engage travelers about the origami art form while likewise creating awareness of endangered species in the ocean and on earth.
About the Artist
Artist Bonnie Cherni leads a team of origamists who aid her in coordinating the collective skills in art, design, science, math, materials, and anatomical structure for all of Epic Origami’s sculptures. Team members include Bonnie Cherni, lead artist; Steven Epstein, RedCAT Systems CEO; Shannon Nakaya, veterinarian; Julien Lozi, astronomer at Subaru Telescope; Rod Hinman, MIT graduate and robotics engineer; NGUYỄN Hùng Cường, renowned origamist; Nicolas Terry, renowned origamist; John Montroll, designer and renowned origamist; Robert Lang, renowned origamist.