Montpelier Arts Center Presents Concurrent Exhibitions with Reginia Deluise, Jay Gould’s, Christina Haslinger and Jeremy Wright

By Editorial Team on August 29, 2022

Fri, September 2 2022 — Sun, October 30 2022

September marks the opening of the Montpelier Arts Center season. As with openings past, Montpelier brings some of the best in visual arts to light. This year is no different. Reginia Deluise and Jay Gould’s tintype and collodion photographs exhibit a look into the past . Christina Haslinger uses watercolor and other mediums to bring forth colorful abstract art.  Jeremy Wright displays the embodiment of spirits and deities of the southwest in sculptures. Each exhibition is different and Montpelier is pleased to bring them together for everyone to see.

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Dreamer’s House and Anomalies in Time: Photographs by Regina DeLuise and Jay Gould

Friday, September 2-October 23, 2022

Public Reception: Saturday, September 17, 2-4 pm

Tintype Demo & Lecture: Saturday, October 15, 2-4pm

Light and lens are at the heart of this exhibition. Two photographers working with large format, 8×10 cameras and processes that span the history of the medium. DeLuise’ exquisite photographs explore the passage of time, moments of stillness, and interior space. Meanwhile, Gould’s work embraces the historic collodion process to explore the paradoxes of time, memory, and illusion.

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Christina Haslinger

September 1-October 30, 2022

Public Reception: Saturday, October 1, 2-4 pm

Inspired by color, texture, and space found in nature, Christina Haslinger creates abstract paintings. Using a mixture of watercolor, water mediums, and acrylic mediums, she plays with light and transparency through layers and textures. These paintings exude energy through brush strokes and splatters of paint.

Courtesy of Montpelier Arts Center.

Jeremy Wright: Shadows

September 2-October 16, 2022

Public Reception: Saturday, October 1, 2-4 pm

In Shadows, Jeremy Wright entices you to explore the world of the kachina. You will be invited into a “Square Ground” surrounded by clay figures. Looking at the large dolls, they are more than just their physical form. Each one will be casting a shadow that paints the true spirit of the kachina.


  • Everyday: 10am – 5pm

Montpelier Arts Center  is located at 9652 Muirkirk Rd., Laurel, MD. For more information about these exhibitions or other events at Montpelier Arts Center, you may call  301-377-7800 or find them on the web at