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"... the warm embrace of clouds turned a rich salmon by sunset, the cool breath of a rising blue moon, a black ocean kissed by the reflection of the fire above." — on
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Reynolda House Apr 22
Come and stay a while. You provide the book and blanket, we'll provide the scenery.
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Reynolda House Apr 21
This afternoon! Join us for "The Finest Eye: A Symposium on Frederic Church" with organizing curator Dr. Ken Myers () and Dr. Jennifer Raab and Dr. Timothy Barringer (). More info and tickets available at
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Reynolda House Apr 20
A uniquely North Carolina spring wouldn't be complete without collecting dogwoods at . From our Estate Archives, a young Mary, Nancy, and Smith Reynolds circa 1918 for your .
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Reynolda House Apr 19
It's the last Reynolda Thursday of the spring — which means there's less than one month left of . Join us tonight from 4:30 to 8 p.m. for food, music, and hands-on art activities and toast to final weeks of this amazing exhibition.
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Reynolda House Apr 17
Heirloom tomatoes beat taxes any day. Find these rare plants TODAY at for $1 to help support the maintenance and educational programs at our beautiful gardens. Details →
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Reynolda House Apr 16
👀 While you get your next eye-opening coffee at , keep an eye out for our The Finest Eye symposium posters. Tickets and more info at
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Reynolda House Apr 15
Happy birthday to artist , born in 1889 in Neosho, Missouri. "Bootleggers" (1927), Benton's large scale story of prohibition in America, is now on view in our Reception Hall! Discover more at our Object of the Month talk on May 2 →
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Reynolda House Apr 14
Our grounds are as flexible as you are! Yesterday we hosted a few Residents on our front lawn for a yoga session as part of their day focused on Wellness. We couldn't imagine a better setting. 🙏
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Reynolda House Apr 13
There's nothing like Reynolda in the spring — show us the colors you find around the estate this season by tagging your photos and videos with . We'll feature our favorites!
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Reynolda House Apr 12
Tonight! Join us for extended hours until 8 p.m. & take in : A Painter's Pilgrimage as we near its final month at Reynolda. Exhibition closes May 13, which means there are only 5 Thursdays left to catch a special after-hours look. Tix at
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Reynolda House Apr 11
It's ! The Reynolds children weren't without furry companions growing up on the estate — dogs, cats, and even a monkey named Jocko that belonged to Smith. We love this image of Nancy and Mary in the gardens, c.1921, w/Nancy's Russian Angora cat, Pretty Boy.
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Reynolda House Apr 10
Join us this Thursday with two scholars as we discuss ancient art, sacred spaces, and the idea of pilgrimage. Free with Museum admission; tickets at
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Reynolda House Apr 8
Meet Lena! She and her owner Randy have lived in a long time, but are just now starting to discover the magic of the trails at together. What will you discover on your walks? Show us by tagging us with or to be featured!
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Reynolda House Apr 7
The trip to the Holy Land for the Church family was also very spiritual. was able to harness the strength in faith he felt through the use of detailed graphite & oil sketches on site. See more at Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage →
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Reynolda House Apr 6
These basement floors were made for dancing — and rollerskating. Along with dancing, skating, swimming, bowling, and having a drink at the bar were all a part of the experience in the basement of in the 1930s.
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Reynolda House Apr 6
Our — spring portrait goals edition! Here are Mary, Nancy, and Smith Reynolds in garden near tulip beds in 1918, only three years after landscape architect Thomas Sears adapted the gardens at Reynolda to their final state.
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Reynolda House Apr 5
Is your puzzle game strong? A 4-foot by 6-foot puzzle of Frederic Church's "The Andes of Ecuador" just landed at and we need your help to put it all together — join us tonight until 8 p.m. to see how it all unfolds! Tickets at
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Reynolda House Apr 4
“To prolong the life of flowers, understand them,” wrote Mary Reynolds Babcock. Read all about Mary’s penchant for flowers and their arrangement in the latest issue of at
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Reynolda House Apr 4
On her 90th birthday, we celebrate the life of Dr. Maya Angelou, a frequent guest and collaborator at Reynolda House. Here is Dr. Angelou at a reading of her poetry in 1973 in our Reception Hall.
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