Clark, whose desk is pictured here, occasionally uses found objects as well, but more often she creates all the various layers that go into her work. “With a lot of my pieces, I’ll draw something or paint something, then put it away for months until I see it or think about it again, then I’ll go back and cut it up and add it to something else,” she says. “I’m still drawing on these braids; I’ll probably scan them in and put them over a photograph, I’m not sure. I’m not as good as Mason at completing works of art.” Says McFee: “I’m never finished though. I’m one of those people who always wants to go back and work on something again. We both have something of an attention disorder.” Adds Clark: “Hence the doodling through school at all times while growing up.”
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Clark, whose desk is pictured here, occasionally uses found objects as well, but more often she creates all the various layers that go into her work. “With a lot of my pieces, I’ll draw something or paint something, then put it away for months until I see it or think about it again, then I’ll go back and cut it up and add it to something else,” she says. “I’m still drawing on these braids; I’ll probably scan them in and put them over a photograph, I’m not sure. I’m not as good as Mason at completing works of art.” Says McFee: “I’m never finished though. I’m one of those people who always wants to go back and work on something again. We both have something of an attention disorder.” Adds Clark: “Hence the doodling through school at all times while growing up.”