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Reynolds, Sarah C. (Reynolds, Sarah C. (Sally))



  • Usage: 1946-
  • Usage: 1946    


Sarah C. Reynolds is a author, dealer, consultant, and curator for fine arts, specifically for public art. Her book entitled: Houston's Reflections - Art in the City, 1950's, 60's, and 70's published in 2008 of January. She was recognized as one of Houston's Pioneer Women and Today's Leaders in 1994.

Since beginning her business in 1977 as a dealer, consultant and curator of fine art, Sally Reynolds has maintained a keen interest in the arts and has been responsible for the commissioning of eleven public sculptures, served as curator of several corporately underwritten public exhibition spaces, and served as a consultant to individuals and corporations in the acquisition of fine art. From 1985–1986 she served as Executive Director of the Art League of Houston. In collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Archives and Rice University Press, she is the author and principal researcher of Houston Reflections — Art in the City, 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s, published in January, 2008. Recognized as an important and unique archival project documenting the visual arts of the city, the book, which includes an eighteen hour CD, records the memories of thirty-eight Houston artists of the 1950s, 60s and 70s

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Sarah (Sally) C. Reynolds Papers

Identifier: 2013-010
Dates: 1995-2017
Scope and Contents This collection includes two accessions of materials. The first includes 5 boxes consisting of books, program of events, drafts and final edits of plans/proposals, reports, photos, and catalogs, and CD's of her book Houston's Reflections. A second accession consists of 8 boxes of materials.This collection is not yet fully processed and does not currently have a full finding aid available online. Some materials may be restricted and not available for access. For assistance, please...