BY CHERIE MINER for Quartier Extra
The Noyes Art Gallery, 119 S. Ninth St., will host a workshop on Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to noon on how to fold origami to decorate cards.
Participants will learn to fold paper flowers or trees. Noyes artist Linda Stephen, a nationally award-winning paper artist, will teach students how to create three origami (folded paper) designs that can be glued together. Stephen has taught origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, to thousands of people of all ages. See more of her art at LindaStephen.com.
• Thin papers such as magazines, wrapping paper, book pages, recycled office paper;
• Blank greeting cards or card stock; and
• Glue stick or double-sided tape.
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To register and pay the $25 class fee, stop by or call the gallery at 402-475-1061.
After the course, participants are invited to browse the works of all the artists of Noyes. You can also consult the artists’ sites and follow Noyes’ Facebook and Instagram page. Noyes offers interest-free layaway, curbside pickup, free delivery and installation, and a one-time in-home consultation by bringing the artwork to a client to view the work in their personal space.