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Studio Research - Week 11 by Ally McGinn

This week we held our MA Open Studios event. So much of the week was taken with presentation tests and adjustments. 

A fairly logistical week, but with quite a few contextual developments. (Detailed on other posts)

Ally McGinn (2017)  Studio Mushroom.  [Working Title]. Studio detritus. Size varies, approximately 5 x 5 x 2 cm.   This piece is more about the perceptual association of a mushroom than a pre-conceived idea or inspiration from nature. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio Mushroom. [Working Title]. Studio detritus. Size varies, approximately 5 x 5 x 2 cm. 

This piece is more about the perceptual association of a mushroom than a pre-conceived idea or inspiration from nature. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  This is the final view of my set up for the Open Studios event. None of the working elements of the studio were removed, and it was interesting to see the engagement people had with that element of things.  The differences between studio and gallery can be seen in situ here. The difference is part of the work and it gives insight into the mind of the artist, and the working process of creating art. I think this is an interesting point for the work, as I am interested in the communication of perceptual questions. Seeing all the elements I have considered for inclusion in the work questions why those elements were chosen while inspiring a transitory state for these objects; the idea that it could change at any moment.  I would be interested to explore the idea of changing an element of the installation between each day of an exhibition. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

This is the final view of my set up for the Open Studios event. None of the working elements of the studio were removed, and it was interesting to see the engagement people had with that element of things. 
The differences between studio and gallery can be seen in situ here. The difference is part of the work and it gives insight into the mind of the artist, and the working process of creating art. I think this is an interesting point for the work, as I am interested in the communication of perceptual questions. Seeing all the elements I have considered for inclusion in the work questions why those elements were chosen while inspiring a transitory state for these objects; the idea that it could change at any moment. 
I would be interested to explore the idea of changing an element of the installation between each day of an exhibition. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio documentation.   A detail shot of the space behind the canvas wall, a space of storage and potential.   There is something brilliant about this. It is an organic, aesthetically unconsidered (for the most part) installation. Ordered chaos. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio documentation. 

A detail shot of the space behind the canvas wall, a space of storage and potential. 

There is something brilliant about this. It is an organic, aesthetically unconsidered (for the most part) installation. Ordered chaos. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Reading a painting, process shot.   Binding this painting into a book is progressing well. The book is bound with a handmade linen hardback cover. The process is being documented in  'Reading a Painting'.   This book was easily the most conversational element of my installation, at least during the evening of the Open Studios.  It drew interaction and questions from viewers. Which is something I'm going to consider.  I have explored many of the reasons for making this book in the post ‘Reading a Painting’ but I enjoy the dichotomy of choice and focus that it brings to the viewer; they can choose which pages to linger on (and do) and yet they are focussing on individual elements more than they might at a distance.  It forces a physical interaction with painting.  I would like to replicate this process on a representational painting.  This exploration is ongoing.

Ally McGinn (2017) Reading a painting, process shot. 

Binding this painting into a book is progressing well. The book is bound with a handmade linen hardback cover. The process is being documented in 'Reading a Painting'.

This book was easily the most conversational element of my installation, at least during the evening of the Open Studios.

It drew interaction and questions from viewers. Which is something I'm going to consider.

I have explored many of the reasons for making this book in the post ‘Reading a Painting’ but I enjoy the dichotomy of choice and focus that it brings to the viewer; they can choose which pages to linger on (and do) and yet they are focussing on individual elements more than they might at a distance.

It forces a physical interaction with painting.

I would like to replicate this process on a representational painting.

This exploration is ongoing.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  Painting an addition onto the floor of ' Enframed'.   This piece began with the grey elements. As a form of equalising the materials while disguising their primary qualities.  The frame came into the work, partly, as a result of reading Heidegger. The golden frame is garish, and many people dislike it, but I enjoy the juxtaposition of Matt grey against the dusky shine of the golden frame.  The canvas behind the frame brings this piece firmly into the world of painting while highlighting its spatial qualities and materially enlarging the space of the work.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

Painting an addition onto the floor of 'Enframed'.

This piece began with the grey elements. As a form of equalising the materials while disguising their primary qualities.

The frame came into the work, partly, as a result of reading Heidegger. The golden frame is garish, and many people dislike it, but I enjoy the juxtaposition of Matt grey against the dusky shine of the golden frame.

The canvas behind the frame brings this piece firmly into the world of painting while highlighting its spatial qualities and materially enlarging the space of the work.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  One of the small interventions I placed around the studios.  The bottles are filled with studio dust, during the stages of turning it into paint, and a collection of screws. The photo is a water mark on the floor after stretching a canvas.  The combination of the material and the representational form a representation of the process in a studio.  They were placed on a conduit on the wall, at chest height (bearing in mind I'm 5ft 4). The arrow is pointing to a fire exit but is repurposed here to direct the gaze to the ‘Art’.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

One of the small interventions I placed around the studios.

The bottles are filled with studio dust, during the stages of turning it into paint, and a collection of screws. The photo is a water mark on the floor after stretching a canvas.

The combination of the material and the representational form a representation of the process in a studio.

They were placed on a conduit on the wall, at chest height (bearing in mind I'm 5ft 4). The arrow is pointing to a fire exit but is repurposed here to direct the gaze to the ‘Art’.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  One of the small interventions I placed around the studios.  Is this sculpture or fruit painted grey, repurposed into purposelessness. A definition of art.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

One of the small interventions I placed around the studios.

Is this sculpture or fruit painted grey, repurposed into purposelessness. A definition of art.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  One of the small interventions I placed around the studios. My daughters reaction to this piece will be the subject of one of my final posts.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

One of the small interventions I placed around the studios. My daughters reaction to this piece will be the subject of one of my final posts.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.  One of the small interventions I placed around the studios, this one remained on my desk.   Frame.

Ally McGinn (2017) Open studios view. 6.12.17.

One of the small interventions I placed around the studios, this one remained on my desk. 

Frame.

Studio Research - Week 10 by Ally McGinn

This week involved a great deal of discussion, a shift in thinking, statement writing and logistic issues. 

Ally McGinn (2017)  Reflection . Paint tube, oil paint, photograph and pencil, 20 x 15 x 7 cm approximately.  This piece has evolved over the last few weeks. The source of its creation is hard to pinpoint in a single source. It shows, rather, the development of thought, and a focussing of idea. Documentation of the early stages of this piece can be found in week eight. I feel it is one of the most successful pieces, in an individual sense, created this term (and therefore on the MA so far). It is tempting here to contextually deconstruct this piece, but I find that I am reluctant to. Instead I will leave it here, in a digital space, to allow it its existence.

Ally McGinn (2017) Reflection. Paint tube, oil paint, photograph and pencil, 20 x 15 x 7 cm approximately.

This piece has evolved over the last few weeks. The source of its creation is hard to pinpoint in a single source. It shows, rather, the development of thought, and a focussing of idea.
Documentation of the early stages of this piece can be found in week eight.
I feel it is one of the most successful pieces, in an individual sense, created this term (and therefore on the MA so far).
It is tempting here to contextually deconstruct this piece, but I find that I am reluctant to.
Instead I will leave it here, in a digital space, to allow it its existence.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Painting  [Working Title]. Paint and studio dust, size varies.  This piece is a large paint skin, with dust collected from the studio over a period of three months. It is placed in such a way as to be ambiguous (although this would change in a gallery setting). Sadly it lived up to it's ambiguity, and was thrown away by a well intentioned anonymous party. There is something beautiful about that interaction.   The artwork had a choice based interaction with another person.

Ally McGinn (2017) Painting [Working Title]. Paint and studio dust, size varies.

This piece is a large paint skin, with dust collected from the studio over a period of three months. It is placed in such a way as to be ambiguous (although this would change in a gallery setting). Sadly it lived up to it's ambiguity, and was thrown away by a well intentioned anonymous party. There is something beautiful about that interaction. 

The artwork had a choice based interaction with another person.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Potentiality.  Canvas, paper, paint, ink, pencil and acorn, size varies.  This piece speaks most clearly about potentiality. The pencil line on the wall is a line from the smaller piece, but I hope it encourages the small question of, which piece is it hinting at.  The colour hidden behind grey (which is the same paint as the floor) is echoed in the materials involved. The colourful piece is a photocopy of an old work, it is stretched around nothing. The grey is traditionally made, with attention to detail, and a single colour.  The small seed is leaning between the wall and the work. It has cracked with age, mimicking the edge of the grey canvas. It's potentiality is undeniable and allegorical to the connection between artwork and context.  When placed in the installation it connects to the hidden storage of work behind the canvas wall, which also speaks about potentiality. Linking across the space in a metaphysical sharing of context.

Ally McGinn (2017) Potentiality. Canvas, paper, paint, ink, pencil and acorn, size varies.

This piece speaks most clearly about potentiality. The pencil line on the wall is a line from the smaller piece, but I hope it encourages the small question of, which piece is it hinting at.

The colour hidden behind grey (which is the same paint as the floor) is echoed in the materials involved. The colourful piece is a photocopy of an old work, it is stretched around nothing. The grey is traditionally made, with attention to detail, and a single colour.

The small seed is leaning between the wall and the work. It has cracked with age, mimicking the edge of the grey canvas. It's potentiality is undeniable and allegorical to the connection between artwork and context.

When placed in the installation it connects to the hidden storage of work behind the canvas wall, which also speaks about potentiality. Linking across the space in a metaphysical sharing of context.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Enframed.  Found objects, emulsion paint, gold frame and canvas, 250 x 120 x 50 cm approximately.  This piece has been discussed in the documentation of earlier weeks. Like ' Reflection' , this piece has evolved through a process of consideration and adjustment. The addition of this week is the painted floor, adding a full-stop to this conversation.

Ally McGinn (2017) Enframed. Found objects, emulsion paint, gold frame and canvas, 250 x 120 x 50 cm approximately.

This piece has been discussed in the documentation of earlier weeks. Like 'Reflection', this piece has evolved through a process of consideration and adjustment.
The addition of this week is the painted floor, adding a full-stop to this conversation.

Ally McGinn (2017)  A New Conversation  [Working Title]. Mixed media installation, size varies.  The pieces in my work are individual in a sense and yet remain part of a larger whole. If the installation is a conversation, the pieces inside it are sentences, the individual elements of pieces can be seen as words, and finishing the analogy the materials become letters.  This analogy leaves a lot to be desired but it serves for the purpose of this metaphor.

Ally McGinn (2017) A New Conversation [Working Title]. Mixed media installation, size varies.

The pieces in my work are individual in a sense and yet remain part of a larger whole. If the installation is a conversation, the pieces inside it are sentences, the individual elements of pieces can be seen as words, and finishing the analogy the materials become letters.

This analogy leaves a lot to be desired but it serves for the purpose of this metaphor.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Glitch.  Digital print.  Three shots amalgamated into one, by my camera. An incidental camera glitch. It's dark and the colouring is terrible for a traditional photo.  I love it.  A photography machine.

Ally McGinn (2017) Glitch. Digital print.

Three shots amalgamated into one, by my camera. An incidental camera glitch. It's dark and the colouring is terrible for a traditional photo.

I love it.

A photography machine.

Studio Research - Week 9 by Ally McGinn

This week has been primarily involved in considering opinions for a crit next week, working in the workshops (please see 'reading a painting' post) and seminars and reading.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Grey.  Paper, canvas, paintbrush and glass. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Grey. Paper, canvas, paintbrush and glass. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Grey.  Paper, canvas, paintbrush and glass. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Grey. Paper, canvas, paintbrush and glass. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Untitled.  Pigment on canvas [Installation detail]. size varies.  Reconstructed canvas with pigment. A painting.

Ally McGinn (2017) Untitled. Pigment on canvas [Installation detail]. size varies.

Reconstructed canvas with pigment. A painting.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.  When I removed all of the works from the wall, as I often do (much to the surprise of my studio colleagues who assume it is out of some sense of annoyance on my part. It's not. I'm simply turning to a fresh page of the sketchbook.) I was struck by the positioning of screws on the wall.  When moving into a new space, one that has been previously occupied by another artist, I place screws into places they have been before. I occosiaonally place other screws, when the posititioning of the work demands it.  With all the screws from a complicated installation laid bare, I realised I wanted to highlight them.  These threads are a reconstructed canvas. Reconstructed from some perspectives.  It is more about the placement of the threads than any conversation about them. They are a unifying element, one of three I suppose. The threads, the screws, and the holes in the wall.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.

When I removed all of the works from the wall, as I often do (much to the surprise of my studio colleagues who assume it is out of some sense of annoyance on my part. It's not. I'm simply turning to a fresh page of the sketchbook.) I was struck by the positioning of screws on the wall.

When moving into a new space, one that has been previously occupied by another artist, I place screws into places they have been before. I occosiaonally place other screws, when the posititioning of the work demands it.

With all the screws from a complicated installation laid bare, I realised I wanted to highlight them.

These threads are a reconstructed canvas. Reconstructed from some perspectives.

It is more about the placement of the threads than any conversation about them. They are a unifying element, one of three I suppose. The threads, the screws, and the holes in the wall.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Untitled.  Photographs, basket and labels. Size varies.  This piece is an overly literal representation of the commercialism of the art world. My practice for sale.

Ally McGinn (2017) Untitled. Photographs, basket and labels. Size varies.

This piece is an overly literal representation of the commercialism of the art world. My practice for sale.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.  I adore the intensity of the light in the studio in the mornings.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.

I adore the intensity of the light in the studio in the mornings.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.  Final set-up for the week. My plan is to explore photos of this set-up over the weekend to decide on the final adjusments before crit on Monday.  EDIT - I changed a few elements, taking the two paintings on the left off the wall, I placed them on the floor. I added a pencil line on the wall and to  Reflection.  Which I think finishes the piece. I also added three drill holes to the wall, which look unintentional but are completely aesthetic. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.

Final set-up for the week. My plan is to explore photos of this set-up over the weekend to decide on the final adjusments before crit on Monday.

EDIT - I changed a few elements, taking the two paintings on the left off the wall, I placed them on the floor. I added a pencil line on the wall and to Reflection. Which I think finishes the piece.
I also added three drill holes to the wall, which look unintentional but are completely aesthetic. 

Studio Research - Week 8 by Ally McGinn

This is going to be an image heavy post. A truly seminal week in the studio this week, that will require a great deal of reflection. It appears that my plan to take time off to focus on context so that i could return focussed on studio was a success. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.  Empty frames with a balanced aesthetic.

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio view.

Empty frames with a balanced aesthetic.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Balanced Unbalanced  [Placement test]. Materials and size vary.  The idea of balance has come up throughout the last few months, or at least I have become aware of it.  It is found in many areas of life and I wouldn't be surprised if I one day believe that it is one of the foundations of reality.  I have been exploring the idea in the studio, which has brought a subtle vulnerability to the work.  It falls over, a lot. Occasionally onto me, or other works. There was one Rube Goldberg-esque moment in the studio of a chain reaction that I wish I had filmed. I'm unsure whether recreating it would be inauthentic. I'm unsure about inauthenticity.

Ally McGinn (2017) Balanced Unbalanced [Placement test]. Materials and size vary.

The idea of balance has come up throughout the last few months, or at least I have become aware of it.

It is found in many areas of life and I wouldn't be surprised if I one day believe that it is one of the foundations of reality.

I have been exploring the idea in the studio, which has brought a subtle vulnerability to the work.

It falls over, a lot. Occasionally onto me, or other works. There was one Rube Goldberg-esque moment in the studio of a chain reaction that I wish I had filmed. I'm unsure whether recreating it would be inauthentic. I'm unsure about inauthenticity.

Ally McGinn (2017) Presence Absence [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Presence Absence [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Presentation test [Studio view].  There are individual pieces in my practice, but the second part of their existence involves the exploration of them in relation to other works. This photo is a test of a conversation between the works. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Presentation test [Studio view].

There are individual pieces in my practice, but the second part of their existence involves the exploration of them in relation to other works. This photo is a test of a conversation between the works. 

Ally McGinn (2017)  Potential Process.  Canvas, frame and acorn. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Potential Process. Canvas, frame and acorn. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017)  pAINTing.  Canvas, wooden frame and paint. 25 x 25 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017) pAINTing. Canvas, wooden frame and paint. 25 x 25 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017) A test of balance [Studio view].  Another conversation test. 

Ally McGinn (2017) A test of balance [Studio view].

Another conversation test. 

Ally McGinn (2017) The equalising qualities of grey painting [Studio view].  Objects of various values, purposes and associations, equalised through process and a reduction of their primary qualities. 

Ally McGinn (2017) The equalising qualities of grey painting [Studio view].

Objects of various values, purposes and associations, equalised through process and a reduction of their primary qualities. 

Ally McGinn (2017)  PAINTING . Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) PAINTING. Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017)  PAINTING.  Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) PAINTING. Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Deconstructed PAINTING . Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Deconstructed PAINTING. Mixed media. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Deconstructed painting continued  [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Deconstructed painting continued  [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Detail shot of ' Deconstructed painting continued'

Ally McGinn (2017) Detail shot of 'Deconstructed painting continued'

Ally McGinn (2017) Threads on screws - this was an exploration of unifying the screws left in the wall by myself and other students. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Threads on screws - this was an exploration of unifying the screws left in the wall by myself and other students. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio View. 17.11.17

Ally McGinn (2017) Studio View. 17.11.17

Ally McGinn (2017)  Reflection.  Paint, tube and photo. Approximately 20 x 20 cm. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Reflection. Paint, tube and photo. Approximately 20 x 20 cm. 

Ally McGinn (2017) Leaning tests [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Leaning tests [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017)  Guyon.  Oil on canvas and masking tape, with frame. 120 x 50 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017) Guyon. Oil on canvas and masking tape, with frame. 120 x 50 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017)  Plinth painting . Paintings. 40 x 40 x 60 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017) Plinth painting. Paintings. 40 x 40 x 60 cm.

Ally McGinn (2017) Conversation test [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Conversation test [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017)  Stacked Balance.  Paintings on plinth. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) Stacked Balance. Paintings on plinth. Size varies.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio view].  Something interesting is happening here, I can't quite define it yet but there is certainly an unintentional conversation that could use some perceptual contextualisation. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio view].

Something interesting is happening here, I can't quite define it yet but there is certainly an unintentional conversation that could use some perceptual contextualisation. 

Ally McGinn (2017)  Commodity  test  [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) Commodity test  [Studio view].

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio view].  There is an interesting divide between 'studio' and 'gallery' in the space on Friday.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio view].

There is an interesting divide between 'studio' and 'gallery' in the space on Friday.

Studio Research - Week 7 by Ally McGinn

This was a week i took mostly for reading, research and blog writing. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Framing, and enflaming.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Framing, and enflaming.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Framing, and enflaming.  9m painting roll. Ive got more ideas for this than there are possibilities. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Framing, and enflaming.

9m painting roll. Ive got more ideas for this than there are possibilities. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Equalising primary qualties.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Equalising primary qualties.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Not much changed on the wall this week, far more action occurring on the floor.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation] Not much changed on the wall this week, far more action occurring on the floor.

Studio Research - Week 6 by Ally McGinn

A relitively productive week. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. A painting turned into a sculpture.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. A painting turned into a sculpture.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Artists tools

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Artists tools

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Finding pleasure in the small conversations.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Finding pleasure in the small conversations.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation].   Busy studio. I've been viewing the walls of my space as a sort of continually shifting sketchbook, where documentary photos are the only remaining evidence.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. 

Busy studio. I've been viewing the walls of my space as a sort of continually shifting sketchbook, where documentary photos are the only remaining evidence.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. The studio wall by the end of this week. Big changes, but a similar conversation.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. The studio wall by the end of this week. Big changes, but a similar conversation.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Exploring depth within painting(s).

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Exploring depth within painting(s).

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. A conversation i particularly enjoyed this week.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. A conversation i particularly enjoyed this week.

Studio Research - Week 5 by Ally McGinn

A big change in the studio this week, so it gets a post to itself. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Potential Purpose (2017) 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Potential Purpose (2017) 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Normalising objects, equalising form, exploring hierarchy. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. Normalising objects, equalising form, exploring hierarchy. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation].   Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 9am. The process continues but I'm stuck to the wall.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. 

Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 9am. The process continues but I'm stuck to the wall.

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation].   Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 9:30am - The wall is down. The light is amazing, but I've had an idea. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. 

Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 9:30am - The wall is down. The light is amazing, but I've had an idea. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation].   Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 11am - The wall is no longer a wall. Now it is a painting.  Ive extended the space behind the wall, and reinforced it. Im reluctant to screw through the canvas, yet. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. 

Studio View - Wednesday 25th, 11am - The wall is no longer a wall. Now it is a painting.

Ive extended the space behind the wall, and reinforced it. Im reluctant to screw through the canvas, yet. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation].   Studio View - End of week 5. The works on the wall are beginning to connect. Balance is still a keen interest. 

Ally McGinn (2017) [Studio documentation]. 

Studio View - End of week 5. The works on the wall are beginning to connect. Balance is still a keen interest.