Yasuko Nakazato

  Fascinated by the ever-changing beauty of kaleidoscopes, she went one step further as a glass artist and started creating kaleidoscopes in 1998. It was so much fun that she quite naturally got intrigued by the unlimited possibilities of the kaleidoscope world.
What attracts her most is that there is no limit for the themes of kaleidoscopes.
With your idea and creativity you can use any material for kaleidoscopes, which she finds challenging.
She says "Kaleidoscopes give their viewers enjoyment and at the same time give the artist power to go forward."
She has won several awards at juried exhibitions in Japan. Her works are included in the Kaleidoscope Reflections 2005°§which was her debut in the US.