Named after the collective term for a group of monarch butterflies, Kaleidoscope depicts the magnificent insects fluttering in the shape of an infinity symbol, representing their endless migration cycle across North America. As a species that only lays eggs on milkweeds, the monarch caterpillar is depicted munching on common milkweed. A variety of coneflowers represents wildflowers that provide nectar to feed adult monarchs during their exhausting travels.

Mounted on an eight-story air traffic control tower at the Springdale Airport, this three-dimensional installation was created by digitizing an original painting created by Ink Dwell and then fabricating the image on vinyl and aluminum siding.