Eye Euphoria, considered the first of its kind in the world, is an over-sized, dynamic stained glass kaleidoscope. Created by the late artist Donald Ferris of Woodland, Washington, Eye Euphoria took over 2500 hours to craft using authentic leaded glass and three window layers with adjustable spin and rotation speed. It is located in a new exhibit area in the entryway of the Gilbert House.
Eye Euphoria was donated by Virginia Metz, the sister of Ferris, in memory of her brother. It is the families wish that this piece of artwork be seen and enjoyed by individuals, especially children, which makes our children’s museum the perfect place to display this masterpiece of stained glass.