I’ve always been captivated by a consistent practice. Whether it’s exercise (ugh!!!), affirmations, reading, sleep, contentment, gratitude, writing, connections, most of all art practices. They are transformative. I’ve been searching for one that would click for me. On Saturday, November 2, 2019 I saw the exhibit Byron Kim: The Sunday Paintings at moCa Cleveland. On Sunday, November 3, 2019 I posted my first #paintsundaycolors on Instagram. I chose “colors” to strengthen my color range and kick me out of my go to palette. I followed his idea of writing a sentence or two about my day. Nothing profound, just an observation. I have completed thirteen weeks of #paintsundaycolors. I’ve only missed one week, early on, when I was traveling. I use inexpensive 8” x 8” canvases, acrylic paints/mediums and Prismacolor Ebony pencil. This is a satisfying, manageable practice that I’m throughly enjoying! Visit my portfolio to view all #paintsundaycolors.