Another kaleidoscope cane

I wrote about the impact of repetition, even using a very basic design here.

To see the results of makin kaleidoscope canes from very beautiful and complex canes, see Carol Simmons’ work here and here.

purse mirrorI took very simple canes – bulls-eyes, stripes, squares and a basic leaf, and packed these together to form a triangular cane (below left).  This was reduced and cut 8 times to form the kaleidoscope cane (in the middle of picture below right). Thin slices are then used to cover a blank purse mirror  – after first covering the metal with PVA glue (which is allowed to dry) I use liquid polymer clay for a strong bond.

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