Salon establishes art show


Cuttn’ It Loose owner Rosemarie Cabral plans a 10th anniversary celebration that will include the unveiling of the first exhibit of the continuing art show that will be gracing the walls of the salon.

“We were doing the breast cancer benefit and artist Kyle Banister noted art works would make the walls of our hair salon look nicer,” she said. “We thought it was a good idea and a way to allow local artists a venue to display their works. The result is we have decided to launch the initial art exhibit we are calling The Tresses Art Show on Feb. 28 at the same time we hold the celebration of our 10th anniversary.”

The opening reception will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 28 at the salon, located at 901 Englewood Parkway. It is free but those planning to attend are asked to RSVP by calling 303-795-8240.

The initial exhibit will consist of artworks by Jennifer Mosqura, Lea Wells, Eric Matelski and Kyle Banister.

Cabral said these first artworks will be on the walls for two or three months. When that exhibit is taken down, it will be replaced by a new exhibit featuring the works of other area artists. She said about each quarter, there will be the works of different artists in the Tresses Art Show exhibit on the walls of the salon.

For more information on the initial exhibit or future exhibits, call the salon at 303-795-8240.


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