Agata, Thank you for asking and for the opportunity to explain a little more about my painting “en plein air” sessions.
They do pose a challenge. Fortunately I had a portable easel given to me by friends as a christmas present some years ago.
The picture shows you that it has a drawer which is ideal to carry all the paint tubes, small tubs to clean my brushes in, and of course the brushes etc.
I have also bought a fold-up trolley to transport the equipment.
I still have all my hands full as I also take a carrier bag with a bottle of water for my acrylics and a bottle of water to drink (not to be confused). The bag also contains my 750ml bottle of Daler Rowney white. So I make sure I do not have too far to walk from where I have parked my car.
Once on location it takes about 20 minutes to set it all up and get started. You get to know a lot of people who also dabble in painting or who know someone who does. The best part is when they like what they see.
So I do enjoy the experience.
I do not know whether the pictures representing my equipment actually come from the companies I have linked to. There must be lots of other offers available.