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The second desk in the living room is a shared workspace, the only one with a printer and scanner. Above it hang meaningful sketches and images, like a black-and-white photo of Clark’s father, who was a musician as well as a photographer. He played in the Coventry Singers, an old folk band back in the ’50s that performed at festivals alongside Johnny Cash. On the upper right is one of McFee’s wooden starbursts. “My recent stuff is more rustic,” he says. “It’s basically: I’m gonna cut these things, and then I’m going to stick ’em together, and then paint ’em. Any craftsman would look at my work and be like oh my god.