To Colorado artist Yuriy Luzov, reality consists primarily of geometry and music. With this in mind, he began to study symmetry and fractal patterns, replicating kaleidoscope and mandala patterns in translucent polymer clay. Yuriy lists M.C. Escher among his favorite artists and it’s easy to see why.

If you’re overwhelmed by his deviant art site, check out the presentation he gave to the Pikes Peak guild. The pictures explain the process more clearly than words can.

There are several kaleidoscope cane experts in our midst that we’ll revisit this week.

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  • reply Lunes ,

    Wow the pictures are amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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