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Reynolda House Museum of American Art news & notables. Closed Jan 2019, reopening Feb 1. "Hopper to Pollock" opens Feb 15.
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Reynolda House Jan 21
On this , we remember Dr. King's legacy with “Builders No. 2” by Jacob Lawrence. In his “Builders” series the artist portrayed building as a communal activity and appealed for racial harmony, while upholding the significant contributions by African Americans to society.
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Reynolda House Jan 19
💪 💪 💪 Our Collections team has been hard at work this month rotating paintings throughout the historic house. We just love this trio; from left to right: “The World (for Anne Waldman)” by Jim Dine, “Giant Magnolias” by Childe Hassam, and “Ancient Queen” by Philip Evergood.
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Reynolda House Jan 15
Did you spot smoke from Reynolda Rd? In conjunction with the NC Forest Service, Reynolda Gardens conducted a prescribed burn on the meadow at Reynolda. Prescribed burning of warm season native grasses allows for regeneration of native grasses and wildflowers in our ecosystem.
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Reynolda House Jan 15
Tonight! Grab a beer with us at ! Each Tuesday this month, enjoy a group run/jog at 6:30 p.m. and find out more about our spring exhibition, “Hopper to Pollock” inside the taproom. $1 from every Mountain Calling sold will go towards . Win-win.
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Reynolda House Jan 14
Happy Monday! We hope you've found yourself in a warm and cozy place this morning.
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Reynolda House Jan 12
We’re in for more ice rather than snow this weekend, but we just love this photograph of sent to us by Emily Brown. 😍 Stay safe and warm out there, everyone! Have you braved the snow to picture ? Reply with your faves!
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Reynolda House Jan 9
To balance out the long and cold nights during winter, we’re bringing you more sun and light, as found around Reynolda and in our collection. We love the warmth of this summer sun peeking through the west side of the house.
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Reynolda House Jan 7
“When my colleagues go the extra mile to make sure our guests are happy and safe, those are the moments I find most fulfilling.” 👏👏👏 Congrats to Dir. of Security Shawn Brophy on being named this month’s featured member at ! Read the profile at
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Reynolda House Jan 6
Warmth and sun can be found all around — even in the heart of winter. While the sun isn't in this installment of , we love the warmth this yellow brings. This earthenware vase (1917) has a distinct glaze that was developed especially for Ruskin Pottery.
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Reynolda House Jan 4
To balance out the long nights during winter, we’re bringing you more sun and light, as found around Reynolda and in our collection! Here’s Katharine Reynolds in 1921 the Sun Porch, the original open air entrance to the house.
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Reynolda House Dec 31
As a reminder, Reynolda House will be closed the month of January 2019, but we won’t be far. Follow along with us on social media, browse our digital collections, or explore Reynolda Revealed on the App Store or Google Play. We look forward to seeing you when we reopen Feb 1.
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Reynolda House Dec 30
Happy New Year from Reynolda! We can’t wait to share with you what’s in store for 2019.
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Reynolda House Dec 29
As a balance to the darkness of winter, we’re offering works of art that feature sun and light. Here’s a woodcut from Martin Puryear’s larger series “Cane” — based on Jean Toomer’s Harlem Renaissance-era book of the same name.
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Reynolda House Dec 28
The final weekend is here — explore “Dorothea Lange’s America” before it closes this Sunday, December 30. Tickets at
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Reynolda House Dec 27
Take a breath after the holiday rush with (or without!) your family at . Explore world-class art and stories on our app, Reynolda Revealed. You’re guaranteed to walk away feeling refreshed and inspired in the post-holiday slump.
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Reynolda House Dec 25
Merry Christmas from one of the good boys of , Riley! . . .
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Reynolda House Dec 24
Happy holidays from all of us at Reynolda! Here’s a look at one of our Caroling Fridays from last year featuring Jason McKinney leading our group in singing “Silent Night” while snow fell outside.
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Reynolda House Dec 23
Still searching for a last minute gift? Give an experience at — tickets are now available for our spring exhibition, “Hopper to Pollock”, opening Feb 15, featuring works of art from Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and more. Tickets
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Reynolda House Dec 22
There’s just two weeks remaining in our fall exhibition, “Dorothea Lange’s America” — experience the images that shaped a nation and became a touch point for contemporary documentary photography and journalism we know today. Tickets at
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Reynolda House Dec 21
In honor of , we’re featuring objects that feature the sun — bringing you more light to your day during these long nights. Our go-to is Frederic Church’s “The Andes of Ecuador,” where light permeates through the sky, grazing flora & fauna below.
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