Backpacking in the San Rafael Wilderness

I’m trying to find the perfect ultra-life painting kit to take with me when I go backpacking.  One trick is taking tubes of paint that are mostly empty.  The challenge on these ones was holding everything in the wind with no easel… brushes in one hand, the painting itself in another, my water in my third hand and my palette in my teeth.  These three 8×10’s were painted on a fun hike with my family along Manzana Creek over Spring Break.

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6 thoughts on “Backpacking in the San Rafael Wilderness”

  1. Sounds like you had a lot of fun over spring break! I would like a picture of you painting without a easel ( palette in teeth .) pictures are awesome !

  2. Wow! Love them all! Seems like you’re always finding new ways to paint leaves and water Kevin. It’s inspiring to see all of your various techniques. Thank you for sharing! Your new paintings are always like a surprise gift in my inbox!

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