My smallest palette

Now that I live in a City, I find it more, rather than less, important to travel light.  In the country, I left many valuables in the car.  After all I lived on an apple orchard surrounded by farmers more interested in missing cows, or crops to worry about my art supplies.

Here, an unlocked car is an open invitation, and in sight belongings a call out for broken glass, so more caution.

Putting together a smaller art kit registered quickly after the Bean and me went to the equivalent of an indoor botanical gardens to draw, or paint.

I took my Letter Writers Alliance pouch wide enough for many pencils, pens, eraser, etc, and the pocket palette put together by Expeditionary Art's intrepid watercolour painter, Maria Coryell-Martin.

No photos.

The METRO Da Vinci - Pete Morris