Thank you for your support of Reynolda House! We are delighted to welcome you back inside the Museum to explore Reynolda’s collection of American art, the Historic House, and renowned traveling exhibitions once again.
If you haven't had the chance to take in the beauty of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light in-person, or if you have but can't get enough, we have just the thing to brighten up your day! The Museum is excited to offer a virtual 3D tour of Tiffany Glass exclusive to Members before being shared with the public. Before you grab a tour companion and some popcorn, be sure to watch the welcome video linked to below as Deputy Director Phil Archer provides an introduction and explains how to best navigate the 3D experience.
After you take the tour, please share your thoughts via email with Stephan@Reynolda.org. I would love to know what you think of the technology and the exhibition. We plan for more digital experiences, and your feedback is essential.
Our deepest thanks go to David Norman, Museum member, and Principal, Laser Scanning Services Co. of Winston-Salem, who created the Matterport tour for Reynolda as a way to make Tiffany Glass accessible to those who are unable to visit the exhibition in-person or who feel more comfortable visiting virtually.
Reynolda House is extremely grateful to the sponsors of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light. Support has been provided by major sponsors The David R. Hayworth Foundation, The Charles H. Babcock, Jr. Arts and Community Initiative Endowment, and Wake Forest University; lead sponsors Pam and Fred Kahl; contributing sponsors Mona and Wally Wu, Stephens Family Foundation; and exhibition partners Anne Phillips Copenhaver and Linda and Ed Kelly.
And finally, there’s nothing quite like Reynolda in the fall! Our 170-acre grounds, lush formal gardens, and soothing nature trails are always open. Be sure to share the beauty of Reynolda with others as you take in all that it has to offer.