Mini "Grand Moving Mirror of California" Panorama Kit
A novelty token featuring a section of our famed Grand Moving Mirror of California painting that was presented in 2010.
The Grand Moving Mirror of California is a two-hundred-and-seventy-foot-long painted landscape, depicting the early history of California and referencing elements of the landscape and culture as it exists today. Based on an original script from 1853, the panorama depicts the rough seas at Cape Horn, early versions of today's California cities and famous natural treasures, and the people, landscapes and ports-of-call the original '49ers encountered on their journey to find their fortunes.
The item is a miniature replica of a section of the painting. Recreate the magic at home!
Kit comes in a 9 x 12 inch envelope.
All you need is a pair of scissors, a gluestick, some scotch tape and a hole punch.
Built model is 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 inches..
This paper toy was designed and engineered by Khylin Woodrow and utilizes the GMMOCA painting by Guan Rong, as part of the Velaslavasay Panorama project the Grand Moving Mirror of California, directed by Sara Velas.