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Reynolda House
The 51-year old American art museum in the historic home of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds. Whittle away the hours with us in early 20th-century style.
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Reynolda House Aug 4
Reynolda's storytime series is back starting August 21 and this time we're all wearing pajamas. Snuggle up with your favorite preschooler as we virtually read children’s books and offer guided exploratory activities. 📚 Free! Register at .
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Reynolda House Jul 30
Did you know that Lake Katharine once served as an irrigation source and recreational outlet for the Reynolds family complete with a walking path? Today the area provides a natural history classroom and refuge for wildlife. 🐡🐦 (📷 cir. 1921, estate archives)
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Reynolda House Jul 23
The 1847 landscape painting "Home in the Woods" by Hudson River School artist Thomas Cole has us longing to practice some .
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Reynolda House Jul 17
Replying to @evantheross
you have exquisite taste
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Reynolda House Jul 17
While we wait for the green light to open our doors, we will continue to amplify our digital content and educational resources, available anytime at . And, be on the lookout for our fall lineup of virtual programming, coming soon!
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Reynolda House Jul 16
Born in 1883 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania —photographer and artist , whose Precisionist works of art share common urban, domestic, and industrial themes. "Conversation Piece," 1952, oil on canvas. Museum Purchase. []
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Reynolda House Jul 15
In looking back over his life, artist Martin Johnson Heade described the effect of his travels to Brazil: “A few years after my first appearance in this breathtaking world [1863], I was attacked by the all-absorbing hummingbird craze, and it has never left me since.”
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Reynolda House Jul 14
Our Creative Writing Workshop for 6th through 9th graders will look a little different this summer. In this hybrid camp, students will find inspiration among our green space, online collection, and virtual meetups. More about Summer Adventures at
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Reynolda House Jul 13
— vacay edition. In 1910, Katharine, RJ, and their children leave for Atlantic City in their Royal Tourist, then by car from Atlantic City to Thousand Islands, Canada later that summer.
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Reynolda House Jul 12
In this episode, we put the pop in Pop-Up Studio. Join Julia Hood on this week’s Pop-Up Studio and learn how to create monotypes with bubble wrap. Show us what you're making with and we'll feature our favorites! Watch ⟶
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Reynolda House Jul 11
Cheers to good morning ☀️ — Love, 📷 Red Cardinal Studio
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Reynolda House Jul 10
Drivers circa 1920 at are like, “I know a spot,” and then deliver you safely to school or work. Pictured here is Buck Wharton who drove one of the two buses at Reynolda — this one was for the Reynolda School, the other, was for employees who lived in the city.
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Reynolda House Jul 9
We have reimagined Summer Adventures this year to accommodate the needs of our families and maintain safety protocols. This year, find on-site, online, and take-away projects for your and your family. More info and registration at
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Reynolda House Jul 8
While we wait on the internet to get scratch-and-sniff, we hope you’ll make the trip out to one of most fragrant walks in Winston-Salem.
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Reynolda House Jul 7
Even the utilitarian objects in the bungalow had to be beautiful and echo the beauty of the landscape. These William and Mary-style open armchairs in the Reception Hall have boldly scrolled arms with upholstery showing polychrome floral arrangements in low bowls.
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Reynolda House Jul 6
Replying to @CurateReynolda
(3/3) Ineligible for American citizenship, Kuniyoshi was targeted for the ‘profoundly un-American character of his work and outlook’ by a contemporary art critic. In the painting, a suit hanging in the closet looms over a vase of dying flowers, suggesting the absence of a person.
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Reynolda House Jul 6
Replying to @CurateReynolda
(2/3) Curated by Fellow Julianne Miao, she writes: “‘Still Life’ was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 1929, where it received mixed reactions from critics.
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Reynolda House Jul 6
(1/3) On view as part of the exhibition “Private Life: Domestic and Interior Spaces in Twentieth-Century Art,” “Still Life” (1928) by Yasuo Kuniyoshi shows the alienation and ambivalence we share with our domestic spaces — a topic more relevant than ever during a pandemic.
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Reynolda House Jul 5
In this latest Pop-Up Studio ep, let’s stick together! Learn from Julia Hood about how to bind your own book with a stick (or another sturdy and straight object). Watch ⟶ What did you choose for your binding? Show us and tag it !
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Reynolda House Jul 4
in 1916, R.J. and Katharine hosted an epic party. Over 400 salesmen from Reynolds Tobacco gathered at the couple’s Fifth Street home, who later took a tour of their up-and-coming estate. What’s on your plate today? 🇺🇸 Image: Estate Archives, circa 1923.
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