PASA's final Cooinda meeting for 2016 was a hands-on affair. Members brought along their unfinished paintings for advice and suggestions. Glenda Parker opened the discussion on what-to-do where-to-go next, and brought along a piece of red perspex through which tone could be determined. Then it was a matter of highlighting or darkening appropriately. All the advice was welcomed by the members, some of whom allowed other members to work on their paintings. Glenda reminded members that feedback must be provided in a positive and supportive environment and to guard against offering unsolicited advice.
David Chalmers brought along the finished product of the painting he demonstrated at last month's meeting.