Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light
Organized by The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass

Through November 29
Advance, timed tickets are required.
First responders receive free admission through December 31.
Detail. Tiffany Studios, New York, Poinsettia Hanging Shade (detail), ca. 1905, Leaded glass, bronze. The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, Queens, NY
Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light includes five windows, twenty lamps, and several displays showing how Tiffany glass was manufactured, how his lamps were assembled, and how collectors today can distinguish between authentic lamps and forgeries. The exhibition features some of the most celebrated of Tiffany’s works. Chosen for their masterful rendering of nature in flowers or landscape scenes, they exemplify the rich and varied glass palette, sensitive color selection, and intricacy of design that was characteristic of Tiffany studios.
Take a Virtual Tour of Tiffany Glass
Explore the glow of Tiffany glass through the glow of your screen. Thanks to Museum Member David Norman and his company Laser Scanning Services, take a virtual tour of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light.
Girlhood in American Art

Through March 21, 2021
Northwest Bedroom Gallery
Gilbert Stuart, Anna Dorothea Foster and Charlotte Anna Dick, 1790-1791, oil on canvas. Gift of Charlotte Hanes in honor of Philip and Joan Hanes, who had the vision of Winston-Salem being the City of the Arts.
This exhibition examines different constructions of girlhood from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. In Gilbert Stuart’s double portrait of two Irish cousins, the artist emphasized the girls’ fine embroidery as evidence of the refinement and accomplishments that will soon make them eligible marriage partners. Similarly, William Merritt Chase’s In the Studio presents a young girl of sophisticated taste admiring a collection of prints. Later works, by artists such as Mary Cassatt, Robert Henri, and Julian Alden Weir, convey a complex range of emotions, from affection to amusement to annoyance.
Family First
Decorative Lanterns

Sunday, November 1
2–4 p.m.
$15, $10 Museum Members
Elementary school-aged children and their favorite adult enjoy hands-on creative exploration during our Family First Workshops.

Design and paint a lantern made from special paper; take inspiration from the colorful designs in glass made by Tiffany Studios.

Family First workshops will take place outdoors in front of the Museum this fall, with enrollment limited to six families. In the event of inclement weather, kits will be available for pick up on-site. Learn more about Family First.
Tuesday Virtual Gardening Series
"Fall" in Love With Your Garden

Tuesday, November 3
12:30 p.m.
Free, open to the public
Adrienne Roethling, Director of Curation and Mission Delivery at the Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, will show you how to make sure your garden goes out with a bang. Roethling will highlight perennials and shrubs that will fill your fall garden with color from flowers and fruit.
Tuesday Virtual Gardening Series
The All-America Selections Garden at Reynolda

Tuesday, November 10
12:30 p.m.
Free, open to the public
Gardens Greenhouse Manager Hayden Shuping will discuss the long history of the All-America Selections program and the Gardens’ participation in it.
Museum Members' Shopping Days

Wednesday, November 11, 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 12, 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Museum Members can save up to 20% in the Museum store, plus 50% off one item. To shop in-person, please reserve your timed admission ticket online at reynoldahouse.org/tiffany.

New this holiday season, exclusively for members of the Museum—one-on-one personal shopping with Retail Manager Beth Warren! If you are having trouble finding the perfect gift or aren’t yet ready to visit the Museum store in-person, please contact Beth at 336.758.5005 or by email at warrenb@reynolda.org. She will share options available in the store, giftwrap your purchases, and ensure timely curbside pick-up, delivery, or shipping.  

If you can’t find what you are looking for in the Museum store, don’t forget that a membership to Reynolda makes the perfect present for anyone who needs more art, learning, and nature in their life, plus Members receive 10% off items in the Museum store all year long. Visit reynoldahouse.org/support to share a year of Reynolda with friends and family!
Virtual Series
A Threat to All We Hold Dear: Our Community in WWII 

Wednesday, November 11
↺ Repeats December 16
7 p.m.
Free, open to the public
Charles H. Babcock flanked by his children (left to right), Betsy, Charles Jr., Barbara, and Katie. Major Babcock served as chief financial officer of the American Headquarters of the European Theater of Operations. 
Reynolda will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II with a series of virtual panel discussions. Descendants and historians will discuss the experiences of local individuals who contributed to the war effort. Each session will highlight the sacrifices of veterans, black and white, men and women, both on the front lines and at home. 

Sessions will also be themed as follows: Nov. 11: Forsyth County; Dec. 16: Reynolda. 
Tuesday Virtual Gardening Series
A Year in the Lower Formal Gardens

Tuesday, November 17
12:30 p.m.
Free, open to the public
Join Gardens Head Horticulturist Forrest Allred for a journey through the highlights and changes that have occurred over the past year throughout the lower formal gardens at Reynolda.
Holiday Plant Sale

November 18-December 19
Holiday plants, including cyclamen, poinsettias, paperwhites, amaryllis, and Christmas cactus, will be available for sale. Registration information and event details to follow on reynoldagardens.org and Facebook.