Martha Clarke's Connecticut Farmhouse

Martha Clarke's Connecticut Farmhouse

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Aaron Able
Dec 8, 2008

Choreographer and director Martha Clarke has lived in a Sherman, Connecticut farmhouse since 1982. She often works there, too, and uses the light-filled room pictured above as her workspace (it was once the painting studio of a previous owner, Arshile Gorky). The New York Times gives us a tour and Clarke's favorite things about the house: "white lilacs, wide-board floors, and a kitchen window with a view."

We're fond of the sophisticated, yet relaxed furnishings and the natural light! Did you notice the Thonet bench in the studio?

Read the story, Incubator of 'Earthly Delights' and see all the pictures in the slideshow.

Images: Wendy Carlson for The New York Times

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