The other day I awoke my intuitive remnants from their digital slumber.
My small and incidentally painted intuitive watercolor paintings on paper remnants are particularly lively. Usually I paint them with a lot of loose hand, as a big picture that always causes a little tension. Often they are not finished. They arise outside, at the lake, on the mountain, in the forest, by the stream and when the sun sets, especially late in the year, when the cool shade grows towards me, then I quickly pack up, drive home and the resulting picture remains as it is. Some leftover pictures manage to hang on my inspiration wall for a while. A few months, perhaps.
As a rule, there is a documentary photo afterwards, then my remaining works of art rest in digital slumber in the depths of my hard disk bottom.
The other day, however, I was fishing in my sea of data. I romped around on printify and tried out a bit which of my watercolor paintings feel comfortable on products and which don’t. There I found them, the forgotten little intuitive remnants, too small and insignificant for most serious prints and products. On the Scrunchies I found them quite pretty to look at and with much joy I created some of them, which you can now get in my etsyshop.
With the code RESTSTUECKCHEN you get them 15% cheaper.