Common buckeye shadow

This was the first insect shadowbox I made; I wanted to mount the insects, but the only shadowboxes I could find were so big they looked dwarfed- and then I was like ‘oh, yeah, I do a thing that could solve that’. Anyway, this is a common buckeye, Junonia coenia, collected by an entomology student for a class and then given to me. (that bit at the bottom where you can see the tape has been fixed, but then I didn’t take a new picture, of course.)

Anyway, this piece is probably available at the Southern Maker’s & Artist’s collective in Montgomery, or email me if you’re interested.

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