I was at Bartell’s Drugs and noticed these items in their large travel section.
On the top shelf is a 2 oz jar with a screw on lid and wide mouth. I thought it would make a good water container for on-location watercolor sketching. I think it was James Guerney who said he carries 2 containers so he’ll have clean water. Right now I’m carrying one 4 oz container. They are $1.69 each. Below is a small sprayer at $2.29 for two. That’s cheaper than the ones at Daniel Smith. It is used to spray the watercolors to re-wet them.
edit 26 Dec 2014: Turns out the little 2 oz bottles don’t have a very secure lid. They can leak a bit if not closed well. Live and learn. At least it wasn’t an expensive lesson.
Though it’s on sale at Bartell’s for $10 off, I couldn’t find a copy of the Seattle Times’ book on Gabi Campanario, The Seattle Sketcher. at either store near me. This is what I saw at one store:
It’s OK, I already have a copy.