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Colorado based author and historian Ethne Clarke will discuss Midcentury Garden Design for the Modern Home. Raised in Park Forest, Illinois, a midcentury planned community, Clark was a student at the Kansas City Art Institute School of Design before moving to England in 1969, where she lived in London and Norfolk before returning to the USA in 1998. She is an award-winning journalist and editor of national magazines, and and internationally known author of a number of best-selling books on practical gardening, design and landscape history including Hidcote: the making of a garden and Infinity of Graces: Cecil Pinsent, an English Architect in the Italian Landscape,her original research for these books broke new ground on their subjects.
Ms Clarke holds a Master of Philosophy from the faculty of Fine Art, De Montfort University, Leicester, England, and has lectured around the world in her subject areas and in the ethnography of landscape at the in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Colorado Springs where she now lives. Her research has involved a close study of the period in architectural history between the Arts and Crafts period and early Modernism, and been a guiding influence on the renovation of her house and garden in Colorado; a small midcentury modern ranch built in 1958.
She recently published the book Midcentury Garden Design for the Modern Home.
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