Wisconsin-based artist Robert Anderson works in steel. He created his first large garden kaleidoscope with one optical viewing teleidoscope in the later part of the 1990's. Over the past twenty-five years he refined the designs to include additional teleidoscopes mounted at different levels to accommodate viewers of varying stature. Robert's garden kaleidoscopes reside in more than 100 public spaces including, but not limited to, botanical gardens, museums, hospitals, libraries, churches, schools, parks, and hotel resorts and spas. Robert's garden kaleidoscopes are also found in hundreds of corporate and private collections worldwide.