"White Rabbit" is a wonderful kaleidoscope creation by Sue Rioux. Here is what Sue has to say about this fabulous sculpture: "I decided to create the White Rabbit from looking at the illustration from the lewis Carroll Alice in Wonderland series. I used aluminum foil and duct tape to create a basic form. I then spent many hours sculpting the fine details with polymer clay. When I was satisifed with the results, it was then fired. I created the eyes by fusing 2 pieces of glass together in a kiln. The finished sculpture was then prepared for paint with several coats of a primer. I painted the color and details using acrylic paint. The sculpture was then mounted on a cherry wood turning base. The piece includes 3 kaleidoscopes. I hope you enjoy seeing it as much as I did making it."
Each of the non-turning end kaleidoscopes is 4-1/4"T x 1" in diameter. One has a dry object cell and a 2-mirror system. The second has has a fluid-filled object cell with a 3-mirror system and the third has a fluid-filled object cell with a 2-mirror system. Each of the scopes is decorated with a different picture of the White Rabbit. This sculpture stands 13"T x 9" in diameter and the 3 scopes can be displayed in the rabbit's arms and in the scroll in front of the rabbit.