Free Range Canvas Totes
We are in love with these super creative artist-designed totes! Designed in Bend, Oregon.
The Canvas Series is a Free Range collaboration with artists who live to get lost in the mountains. A portion of each sale goes directly back to the artist who painted/illustrated/imagined your print.
The Canvas Tote was born with purpose: to fit all the vegetables you could ever need from the farmers market, to carry the entire charcuterie board and a pack of sparkly water to the lake, to transport towels, bathing suits and sunscreen for the whole family to the beach.
- One internal divider pocket, one zipper pocket.
- Volume: 30 liters
- Dimensions: 19" x 13" x 10" or 48cm x 33cm x 25cm (width x height x depth)
- Made of ~50% recycled materials.
- Made in Vietnam
"Longs Peak" by Gretchen Leggit: Northwest murals, fine art and products depict her unique perspectives of the natural world, encapsulating the energetic movement of the elements and the nuanced geometry of topography. Her colorful murals can be found across the country, including the largest in the state of Washington, spanning over 22,000 square feet.
"Takhlakh Lake" by Christina McKeown: A homegrown artist from Bend,Oregon who loves to spend her time on the rivers and in the mountains. She's a jack of all trades and will happily fix anything with duct tape and elbow grease. She's only 100 pounds but don't let that fool ya. She has paddled professionally as a whitewater kayaker, enjoys kiteboarding and snowkiting in the front (and backcountry), and routinely disappears for multi-day rafting and backpacking trips with family. Of course, the paintbrushes come along on her adventures.
"Crazy Mountains" by Rachel Pohl: I'm an artist, adventurer, humanitarian, and environmentalist. I believe in fiercely pursuing a life outdoors, which is seen by some as perilous and improbably optimistic. I spend my time with friends and family, in wild places, and in the pursuit of creating artwork that will enhance our lives. I paint acrylic landscapes, giant mountain murals, and little watercolors when I'm in the backcountry. For me, painting is as essential as breathing air and eating food. It is equally as powerful and even more meaningful than the flow state I find when skiing through powder, slashing my tires around loamy corners, or climbing to the top of a mountain. I am constantly drawn to explore places that make me feel alive. My work transports me to those overwhelmingly wild and beautiful places, and I hope they can do that for you too.