As the season changes many of us are putting our winter wear away and bringing out our lighter spring and summer clothes. We in New England are slow to get to this chore as winter is leaving at a plodding pace.
Perhaps, that's what gave me pause while I considered my challenge to the group. I noticed that most of my clothes' colors do not change much from season to season. The depth of color, perhaps. Dark oranges, rusts and reds of my sweaters may change to pink and salmon...but the basic color is consistent.
I wonder if you looked into your closet, if you would find split complementary, complementary, triad or, perhaps, tetrad. Are you mono-chromatic? Analogous? Acromatic? Are you cool or warm in color temperature? My guess is that we all have very definite 'comfort' colors that we rely on. So go to your closet. Study your color choices...decide what your personal harmonies are and create a piece using 'your' personal palette.
Digressing for a moment: I have completed a series of six pieces from our last challenges. I don't know whether there will be more in the future or not.