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Great Paper Artwork at OUSA Convention




Bekah Gjerde

Originally uploaded by lilzabubba.

We just got back from NYC a few days ago; my wife Bekah just finished uploading the majority of our photos, if you’re inclined to take a look.

It was a lot of fun, and we were able to meet up with many flickr folding friends, both old and new. I’m very thankful for such a great chance to meet so many of you in person!

Some highlights that I enjoyed:

(title shot) – Bekah’s kirigami artwork of the Sun and Water, assembled (or deconstructed?) in Jeff’s Harlem studio.

32 two-dollar bills, folded as a single sheet, by me:

Some great work from Christine Edison:



Brian Chan:



Fantastic tessellated Romanesco cauliflower, again by Brian Chan:



Pureland Tessellations by Goran Konjevod:



Ray Schamp’s Corrugations:



More beautiful tessellations and masks from Joel Cooper:



Astonishing pieces from Polly Verity, our new folding friend from Scotland:



And, of course, some photos from our visit to Jen Stark’s exhibition at the LMak Projects over in Williamsburg:




(this last piece is my favorite!)

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  2. En Why See says

    Thx for the props. Glad to help.

    Oh…FINALLY!

    😉

  3. actually, that’s just polite linking- still owe you some props for the nice digs and the wonderful squiring about NYC. More love to come!

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