Debora Argueta

Rainbow Paper Crane Mobile, Debora Argueta

Debora Argueta was introduced to the art of Origami in the fourth grade, when her teacher had the class read "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes."  The class folded 1,000 paper cranes to ship to Sadako's monument in Hiroshima, Japan, and Debora fell in love with Origami. She began folding paper in her spare time and learned to fold all sorts of models, but she never knew what to do with her completed Origami. Years later, with time, research, and experimentation, she learned the

process of making mobiles and experimented with different papers, wires, models, and layouts. Her current work and custom mobiles can be found on her website.