Making time to paint while on vacation is vital for me. For my most recent road trip to northern NY and coming back down through VT, I brought acrylic paints and a rolled up canvas. Below is the final piece, and the cabin on top of a mountain where I painted most of it. We stayed in a yurt, tented, and in a cabin in a mountain top as our final destination. We had to bring in our own water and the electricity was provided by a gas generator which we turned off at night. That is when the mouse came out to play. Did I mention the outhouse? It was an adventure for sure for this city cat.
This is an up-cycled painting. The original (not mine) was made in mass of 100 pieces to sell. I purchased a slew of them at Housing Works in NYC. I think they were created for hotel paintings.