Kathy Cantwell will be showing “Landforms” the month of November at Gallery 103 (103 Baker St., Maplewood), with an opening on November 5, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Kathy Cantwell paints primarily in encaustic. An ancient technique also known as hot wax painting, the medium comprises heated beeswax with colored pigments, which are layered then fused onto paneled surfaces. Cantwell is drawn to the opaque and translucent qualities of layering that dominate the encaustic technique.
As an artist, Cantwell’s voice is in the dense layers of translucent and opaque color that are built up and scraped back. Landforms appear, speaking of movement and upheaval and debating the assumption that the sky and ground will always be where we expect. Her art asks the question: where is stability?
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Mark Slade, ABR, Local Expert – Agent with KELLER WILLIAMS Mid-Town Direct Realty” width=”235″ height=”50″ border=”0″ />A picturesque town in Essex County, Maplewood is located on the East Branch of the Rahway River. Originally consisting of farms, mills and orchards, Maplewood is now a great mix of residential and commercial areas, culminating in the jewel of a downtown village and coming together to create a charming, tight-knit and diversified community. Maplewood has predominantly Colonial and Tudor style homes with sprawling porches and ample greenery, but you can also find some Victorians and a range of more modern style construction on its beautiful tree lined streets.Maplewood is a diverse town with 6 elementary schools and prominent municipal building designed by famous architects, Guilbert and Betelle. In the center of town, famed landscape architects, the Olmstead Brothers, created the breathtaking Memorial Park; not to be overlooked is Ricalton Square, nestled between the train station and the downtown shopping; this area is frequently used for events including a Halloween Parade with hayrides and petting zoos, as well as featuring replica homes during the Winter Holiday Season. The town offers many activities to its residents from camps in the summer, arts and crafts classes, a public pool (with 4 pools ranging from a “baby” pool to toddler pool to large lap pool and a diving tank) and a farmers market when in season. There is even an annual musicalpalooza–Maplewoodstock—featuring a variety of bands and musical styles, showcasing local and national bands with booths for local businesses to set up.The Village, also known as Maplewood Center, is a quaint, downtown shopping district with everything from restaurants with foods from all over the world, bakeries, dance studios, gyms, bookstores, a movie theater and bookstores. With its large variety of cuisines to choose from, Maplewood recently started a yearly town-wide Restaurant Week with over 30 eateries participating.Easily accessible by its throughways and the New Jersey Transit, it’s no surprise Maplewood has been ranked several times as one of the most desirable places to live in America by a number of surveys.