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Kyle Buckland with his Shamrock "Gloucester" PaletteBox and Gloucester-style easel.
I'm super thrilled with my Shamrock "Gloucester" PaletteBox! Here it is with a 3'x4' canvas! The palette area is 16"x20" and the whole thing is a whopping 16"x42" when opened! Finally enough space to work comfortably on these large plein air pieces!!
My newly-designed 12"x16" Shamrock Carrier/Palette Box with retractable brackets on a Spring day with Mitch Kolbe. This box has the capacity, as an option, to carry all standard-size and non-standard-size panels from 1"x4" to 12"x16" in various combinations.
"I love this box...You did an excellent job. I think it will serve me well."
Kim O'Brien with her 11"x14" Shamrock Carrier Palette Box and Panel Holder.
"I love my easy-to-use, extremely well-made Shamrock Palette Box. It carries the essentials and remains light-weight making Plein Air painting anywhere a breeze. Many of my painting friends complain about some aspect of their boxes, but I've yet to find anything that I don't like about mine!"
This is a 12"x16" Basic PaletteBox with retractable tripod bracket being used by Tom D. Taylor somewhere near Vancouver, Canada. When open, this box has a big 12"x32" work area. A nice shoulder strap is optional.
"After a lot of study, I'm so happy I chose the Shamrock PaletteBox. The large work area, excellent workmanship, and sturdy build are perfect for my weekly plein air outings. I'm getting a lot of good comments from my painting buddies. Thank you, Conor."