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Master Kaleidoscope Artists: Randy & Shelley Knapp

Randy & Shelley Knapp: Page 2

A trio of Shelley Knapp Kaleidosocpes: We have three late 1990's scopes all marked Shelley Knapp kaleidosocpes. One has the sundog image. another has a special lens that produces radiating spectra from the image in the mandala.

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Gizmo: A small kaleidoscope floats over a burl. Is it a spaceship, a bird in flight or a fish and a reef? Dated 1993. Maybe my favorite small kaleidoscope.

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Vorticulation: This one is #17 of 30 and is dated 1991. This scope has a central void in the mandala and playful bubbles are in the object chamber..

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Fly-By: This one #12 and is dated 1992. This scope is a nice sculptural piece. Features curved ampules in the object chamber.

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Star Jumper: This one is dated 1989 and is #12 of 25. An early Randy Knapp scope. Polarized object cell.

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An early Randy Knapp scope. Polarized object chamber. Dated 1990. Note Shelley did not sign the early scopes.

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