Origami art – rebirth and transformation in Burnham-on-sea

Artist Sami Green is working on a collaborative origami art project. People from across the community can fold butterflies which she will use in an installation in St. John’s Church in Highbridge, Burnham-on-Sea.

Anyone can take part by getting recycled vintage music paper and follow the easy instructions to make butterflies.  Find out how to get paper to fold from Sami’s website.

“Origami was one of the things I started doing with people who came to my wellbeing workshops,” explained Sami, “Its light-hearted and really accessible – with wellbeing its all about enjoyment.”

People can collect their origami packs until 3rd April, and the finished artwork will be on display from 30th April.

Sami said, “over the past two years our community has been dispersed. Art has a way of bringing people back together and we want to celebrate the awesomeness of your potential creativity and make a spectacle that brings people back together for Easter.”

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