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28 April 2012


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I really LOVE the birds!!!!!! So cute, what a talent.


I had to immediately go look at her blog. Inspiring and so creative! Thanks for talking about it. Another site I really like is Just Something I Made. Cathe Holden is a graphic artist/designer who contributes to Country Living magazine.


I LOVE butterflies and I love reading, the origami ones tug at my heart.


Kathie B

While the aleatory nature of the butterflies, quill, bird wings and flower pins made of typeset paper is interesting, I wonder if Karen's ever considered experimenting with making these items from blank paper, then having words printed on them so that in their folded positions they "read" relevant or surreal messages (and yes, I realize it'd be quite a challenge at the butterflies' mitered corners).

Dawn Edmonson

Hi sweet Corey, I just LOVE Karen and her gorgeous creations!!! Those paper feathers made me swoon the minute she posted them on her blog...such beautiful choice and a wonderful, inspiring artist ~ hugs and love, Dawn


Love Karen's work. Wow. So talented.


Love the pale pink paper roses....
Speaking of art, there's a MAYAN expo at the Pintoreque
I thought of you when I saw the affiche in the Metro...
You can re-immerse in yr Mayanismo!


Beautiful! I love your art saves saturdays!


what a great artist and what a lovely blog she has. thank you for taking note and sharing your treasures with us - Karen seems an extraordinary woman.

PS: I just sent my one and only (left over) origami card to a dear friend of mine for her birthday. I bought that card many years ago and treasured it like a precious painting. Now it has found a new home and the lovingly folded geese remind my friend of this talented Japanese artist I got the card from.


A few wisps of paper, a little fabric, a touch of glue - create minds at work are a positive delight to see. Thank you for introducing this artists. Virginia


Hi Corey...I'm visiting from Karen's awesome blog! She shared your link. I'm going to love these posts when you introduce us to your favorite artists.

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