I love eating out, eating out and being able to spend the time I am there looking at my most favourite thing in the world, Art!

I was visiting my mum in Coffs Harbour last week and we stopped for a chinese meal at the club, and of course mum and I are both art craft crazy, and we love it when we meet a restaurant owner who is also art craft crazy!

Anyway we met Suki and she is one passionate artist! 3D Origami is a traditional Chinese folk art, and Suki has a facebook page called “paper art 3D origami” check out the photo gallery here of all that she has made.

Hundreds of hand folded little pieces of paper made from the pages of magazines. I just had to come back the next day and do a photo shoot and grab some video of these beautiful little, and some big, animals, teapots etc. Introduction by Donna Phillips from Art Craft Crazy

please read the about me from Suki—

My name is Suki Cheung, my nationality is Hong Kong China, my contact number is 0433 922 286, Email: wwcs01@yahoo.com.hk facebook: paper art 3d origami. I love art since childhood in 1989, and I graduated from the Fujian HuaQiao University China Chinese painting professional degree, in 1995.

I moved to Australia for further studies and graduated in 1998 from the Melbourne Box Hill TAFE college diploma major in graphic design. In 2005, have the opportunity to contact the 3D Origami paper art. 3D Origami originated in China, developed in Japan to become an art. Because of Origami can exercise hand-eye coordination and integrated human brain, so very popular, it is a most simple and realistic art of living, it gives people unlimited imagination and beauty of feeling, so it makes me impressed and fascinated me, and then I began to seriously study and research paper art.

I tried very hard but also paid a lot of time and patience, but when the work is completed there is a sense of accomplishment, which is the reason I like it. Hand crops could bring simple beauty and hands-on sense of accomplishment, while simple crafts to enrich the modern home life, brings a new vision and enthusiasm for the boring everyday life.


People’s choice award in members exhibition January 2011 at Nexus Community Gallery in Bellingen

Kind Regards,

suki cheung

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