The kaleidoscope guy at the market

Director: Russell Brown

Artist Michael Shaw - also known as “The kaleidoscope guy at the market” - has been selling his unique stained-glass creations at Pikeʼs Place Market in Seattle for 25 years. This 20-minute documentary uses his personal narrative to delve into a deeper dialogue about these fascinating objects and their universal appeal to the human imagination.

This film is part of a combined programme with: Butterfly, A new deal for public art in the free state and In the dark room. These films are all about the arts, bringing you into the world of multiple art disciplines.

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