PEORIA - The Peoria Riverfront Museum is hosting a first of its kind exhibit.
"Folding Paper- the Infinite Possibilities of Origami" explores the history of the art in Japan and Europe.
There are more than 140 works included in the exhibition,
Made by artists around the world.
We spoke with one of the artists earlier today who began building origami at the age of six after learning from her grandfather.
"Without cutting the square, it is just a single sheet of paper and it is just
All folded and designed perfectly. I think people will be really surprised at the range in what origami has now," says Tomoko Mihara, an origami artist.
Folding paper, the infinite possibilities of origami, opens to the public.
Tomorrow and runs through April 27th.
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