Opening Reception: March 13, 2020  6-9 PM

Exhibit: March 13 - April 3

Exhibited to critical acclaim in cities in the Southern states from Richmond to Atlanta to Jacksonville and Tampa. Richmond Times-Dispatch wrote in a review: “Prins’ mixed media works probe the notion of trauma and healing, destruction and rebirth. She slashes or burns her canvases, then repairs the wounds with wire stitches that branch off like waterways or coalesce surprisingly into crosses. She colors the canvases beneath the suture-like stitches with the bruised tinges of healing flesh, the blackened effect of a burn, the signals of pain that precede recovery, metaphors she naturally associates with life. Prins’ work voicelessly discloses a self portrait.”
In addition, The other series A Leaf in the Wind series will be on exhibit. Prins created during a residency in India in ’16/‘17 shortly after her son passed away. As if to dispel her sadness these paintings, images of Indian leaves in Sumi ink on a watercolor ground, are filled with color. Several are included in a book A Leaf in the Wind with her son Jaro ajer’s poems. Rose Marie Prins will read a selection of her son’s poems at opening on March 13. The book is available for sale .


ART SHOW EXHIBIT: Mad Hatter's Dream

October 19, 2019

After the Opening Reception on October 18, 6-9 PM, the exhibit will be up through November 1.

ART SHOW Opening: Mad Hatter's Dream

October 18, 2019

Come join us at the Origami Air Art Studio for The Mad Hatter's Dream! This whimsically demented art show is inspired by the eccentric characters from the Lewis Carrol novel, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. We are featuring award winning artists, Vicki Chelf and Sandra Lefever. This art show will be filled with fantastic figurative paintings, magical art designs, and origami top hats that integrate the darkness and playfulness of the Mad Hatter's dream.

The exhibition will be open for two weeks after the opening reception for all of our friends who couldn't make it. We look forward to seeing you down the rabbit hole!

September 27, 2019

​The Body Spectrum is a collaborative fine art experience between local Sarasota artists Dana Laag and Mary Sencabaugh. Combining Laag's background in psychology and Sencabaugh's education in physics, the two artists use color and geometry to explore patterns in the natural world and the female form.


Join us for the opening reception on Friday, September 27th from 6-9. The show will run until closing on October 6th. 

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Mother Earth Day

May 12, 2019

11am - 5pm

This one-day event will honor the earth and all the art on it! We want to celebrate the cross of the science of environmentalism and the arts through exciting and fun workshops and activities.

Wanna' learn about Florida's ecosystem? You can listen to Activists' experience in the Native Plants Movement, sustainable gardens and other environmentally friendly practices, learn about what YOU can do for red tide, and learn ways that you can act on our thoughts to make an impact on Sarasota's nature!

Do you like art? Step into arts workshops, make DIY flower bouquets, listen to Live Msic, and enjoy the art displayed with the topic of the environment (including our own Origami Bay, an interactive origami installation which showcases our local marine system!)

We also have special surprises for all the moms out there!

Let's Make Art To Make A Change!!

Tickets: Adults $12 (Advanced purchased tickets $10)
Children $5

Beaux Arts Ball

April 12, 2019


Art Ovation — Runway show!

Japan Fest 18

January 26, 2019

Get closer to Japan by arts experience! Sumie (Japanese Ink Brush Painting), Kimono (Japanese traditional clothe), Tea ceremony (meditative way of tea time), Origami (art of paper folding), Zen garden walk - you will try them! Koto (Japanese zitar), Karate, Japanese photo exhibit by Judy Levine and  Bonsai sessions - you will witness! 

FALLEN ANGELS: Descent, Decay and The Beast

October 19, 2018

19th October to 3rd November, 2018

Origami Air Art Studio is proud to announce "FALLEN ANGELS: Descent, Decay and the Beast", a collaborative exhibition of local artists Pam Callender, Rob Demperio, Lori Loveberry George, Sandra Lefever, and the Origami Air Art Studio team! This exhibition reinterprets and tells the story of the war in heaven.

The exhibition will feature installation, painting, video, environmental art, and of course, origami. Our typically white-walled, minimalistic gallery space into an immersive journey from heaven to hell!


The exhibition opening on 19th October is at 5pm-8pm. See you there!

Origami Air Folders' Lab

Every Sunday, 1.00pm-3.00pm

Origami Air Art Studio hosts weekly origami-folding gatherings open to all ages and levels. 

Figure Drawing Session

Every Monday, 7.00pm-9.00pm

at 1063 Patterson Drive

Sarasota FL 34234

Poetry/Storytelling Slam

Monthly, last Thursday of the month

We host monthly themed poetry slams. The theme for September 2018 is "SCREAM: Vent your frustrations!"

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OUSA "Super Origami By Children" Exhibition

September 15, 2018

15th-29th September 2018

Origami Air Art Studio is proud to exhibit OUSA's juried exhibition of origami folded by children 18 and under, "Super Origami By Children". There are over 60 works ranging from animals, to instruments, to tessellations, folded by children age 7-18.


The exhibition opening on 15th September is at 5pm, and the gallery hours from that point will be Wednesday-Sunday, 3-7pm. For additional hours, please call 941-468-4049.

Origami Workshop for Kids

September 15, 2018

15th and 22nd September, 3.00pm-4.30pm

$10 per person

In this origami workshop, you will learn how to fold this adorable origami T-rex designed by Teruo Tsuji. This workshop is held in conjunction with OUSA's "Super Origami By Children" workshop, and is open to everyone (not just children).