Read more about the exhibit here: "Unfolding the Meaning of Origami in the Garden"
By GERRY BARKER
North Palm Beach Life
The centuries-old art of origami -- creating something from a single sheet of folded paper -- is the star of a new exhibition at Mounts Botanical Garden, where 20 different origami sculptures by Santa Fe-based artists Kevin and Jennifer Box are waiting to delight visitors.
Prepare to be amazed at what can come from one sheet of paper -- from the 25-foot-tall "Master Peace" with its 1,000 steel cranes to bison, butterflies and even a mouse. The Boxes were on hand to lead a guided preview tour for media and provide details about each. But even when the artists aren't there, guests can learn more by using the scan codes on the nameplates.
Already seen by two million people, it will be at Mounts January 7-May 12, with special grand opening festivities planned. Learn more HERE. In the meantime, take a virtual tour, below:
Photos by Gerry Barker
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