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Kaleidoscope Artist: Michael Miron

Michael Miron: Here we have an artist who has produced a variety of kaleidoscopes, from near-toy scopes to quality ones.

System Error: Produced in the late 1990s, it features recycled computer parts, both on the outside and in the object chamber..

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Nutcracker: A simple kaleidoscope.
Museum of Science, Boston: A basic teleidoscope.
Lone Star: Features a Texas Map. If you would like one of these, drop me an email.
Fractals: His basic teleidoscope, available in a nearly infinite variety of paper designs.

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To return to the Modern Kaleidoscope Gallery, click here.

Museum Directory: To Go to any floor click on the floor desired.

First Floor: Modern Kaleidoscope Gallery Awaiting further funding
Second Floor: Toy Kaleidoscope Gallery Awaiting funding
Third Floor: Antique Kaleidoscope Gallery Awaiting funding
Fourth Floor: Kaleidoscope Related Artwork Awaiting funding
Fifth Floor: Reference Materials and Administrative Offices Awaiting funding
Sixth Floor: Kaleidoscope Hall of Fame Awaiting funding
Museum Exit
Awaiting funding

Thanks for visiting the Virtual Kaleidoscope Museum.
Come again soon.

Disclaimer:
This museum is the sole property of the webmaster. It is intended to be a reference source for all kaleidoscope collectors. Please be aware we are discussing a form of art. While I will try to be as objective as possible, any artwork is more a matter of subjective tastes.

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daniel.robinson@prodigy.net