15 thoughts on “Kaleidoscope”

  1. I often use the kaleidoscope as a metaphor for the creative process, and a description of how I work, but I never had checked out the etymology. Now I know, and it certainly does fit here, despite your image being slightly different from what we usually think of as a kaleidoscopic pattern.

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  2. Your words caused me to Google the etymology of your statement and so learn so much more about the art world and the kalos eidos projects. Your natural interpretation really appeals to me

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