"If I'm not allowed to draw, I might as well die"
Over the years, the lines have just as quietly been put on various surfaces, but when Johannes' parents saw that it was once in a wardrobe in her room, they temporarily took the drawing tool away from her. Johanne replied: "If I'm not allowed to draw, I might as well die!" . Since then, the lines have become watercolor strokes on paper. Johannes' addiction to letting the brush lead her hand and brain, and for a while simply immersing herself in the colors, still lingers. This has led to her now selling out of poster prints based on the originals she paints.