“Over the years, I have left everything from brushes, palette, white paint and even a canvas back in the studio in my zeal to get out and paint. It’s really bad too — you get all set up, the scene is great and duh, no palette knives! I once had to paint on the back of the palette because my panels didn’t make their way into my back pack. It’s always a disaster when it happens to you, but an amusing situation when it happens to a painting buddy!”
Read John Hughes’ tips on preparing to paint in the field in the July 2011 edition of 15 Bytes.