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Kaleidoscope Artist: Will Smith

Will Smith is one of the more innovative of our modern artists. He has produced kaleidoscopes from many different materials and in a huge range of sizes. His kaleidoscopes are sold under the name KaleidoWave. More of his scopes made with Michael Redmond can be seen on the Michael Redmond page of the Modern Kaleidoscope Gallery.

Fountain of Aah's: This tabletop scope dates from 1997. A pedestal version is also available. The base of the scope serves as a water reservoir. A pump hidden among the rocks pumps water from under the glass orb. The action of the water turns the orb at an adjustable rate of speed. The glass orb acts as the object chamber for a pair of kaleidoscopes. One is a 60-60-60 and the other a 30-60-90 mirror configuration. I believe David Rosenfeldt made my marble. Most quality kaleidoscope dealers should be able to obtain additional marbles. All of these pictures were obtained with my single marble that came with my kaleidoscope.

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KaleidoWave: This scope dates from 1993 and features an elongated wave chamber as the object cell.

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Quiet Storm: It is #3 of 50, produced in 1994 in collaboration with Michael Redmond.

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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
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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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