I finally got around to constructing a shadow box for still life set ups. I made it to break down easily for transporting to the studio. I found an old drywall mud hock in my workshop, took the handle off and then drilled a hole in the base to fit the threaded bolt in my camera tripod. That made a nice lightweight table top on which I can rest my shadow box. The cool thing about using the tripod is that I can adjust the height of the still life to suit my easel set up....
This still life is made up of cut camelias that are already blooming in the yard and one of Leighs many teapots.
12x12 oil on canvas sold
You can kinda see the shadow box set up in my little corner of the studio where I work.