In our days choc full of information and fact how about we hop off this known merrygoround and splosh about with nameless shapes for a while.
What better medium to use to do that than the mercurial watercolour.
For it is only with watercolour that you can let the wildness in you flow freely. It runs, it bleeds and it explodes and unlike acrylic it stays wetter a lot longer and remains to more of a degree re-workable if you don’t mind cauliflower backruns.
But this is playtime so just wet a sheet and splosh on some shapes – anything and anyhow. Perhaps leave some white of the paper.
Then let it all dry – letting the cards fall where they may – for as we know – watercolour – sly little tinker that she is – will keep on sureptitiously fingering outwards and mysteriously mingling with itself while our artist backs are turned.
Come back to it after a restorative cup of tea and see what awaist you.
You may want to go back in with dry brush work or markers or simply chop the abstract work up into mini rectangle sna mount them on blank greetings cards.
Off you go.