Kaleidoscope has two separate mirror systems. The salsa side, which is the red side has a two-mirror system and the chips side, which is the yellow side has a three-mirror system. The best thing about this kaleidoscope is not having to count your calories while enjoying your ''Chips and Salsa''.
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- copper soldered
- stained glass body
- chips and salsa themed oil-cell
- red and yellow shades
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"In my mind I see a sunset, light off the water or sea smoke. I can see it finished and I make it."
Sue Rioux has been pursuing artistic endeavors from a very young age. She started as a water-colorist, literally selling her paintings at local art shows starting at age nine. This experience taught her the critical color theory she uses to this day. She moved on to creating stained glass art of all kinds for many years. But she found her true niche designing and creating award-winning glass kaleidoscopes. Her creativity seems to have no bounds, with exquisite oil-cell kaleidoscopes, as well as her signature stained-glass barrel styles, all copper soldered and decorated with special glass details. She works from her home studio, surrounded by the nature that inspires her.
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