I have loved kaleidoscopes all my life. I love the beauty of the rainbow of colors of which my
childhood homes were so devoid.
Take any scene no matter how base or devoid of interest. For instance, during the pandemic, my photography was limited to scenes from my home. Next, imagine a big pure white orchid flower to add intrigue and enrich the scene with a creamy white contrast. Twist the colors and contrast and they blossom
into the art of my Kaleidoscope Captures.
With these kaleidoscopes I am free to move and imagine in a way I couldn’t during a traumatic childhood. I didn’t know how to play then, but I learn to play now, creating endless possibilities, rivaling the most valuable kaleidoscopes.
Then, I have what all trauma survivors have—the base made beautiful.