RED BANK: SEX, LINES AND ADHESIVE TAPE

Zac CavaluzziThe “adhesive studies” of artist-ilustrator Zachary Cavaluzzi are on display beginning with a Saturday night reception at Glen Goldbaum’s Lambs and Wolves salon.

Tape Babes“I created the space to host different things other than hair,” Glen Goldbaum told redbankgreen a few years back, in discussing Lambs and Wolves, the sister salon to his original Glen Goldbaum 72 on Bridge Avenue in Red Bank.

“I thought, ‘Why does this have to be just a hair salon?’”

True to his concept, the celebrated stylist has used the walls, counters and couches of his space at 66-D Bridge as a storefront gallery for art happenings, fantasy-inspired dress-up parties, “Literary Vixens” book events and (most recently) an “Art Inspired Makeup Demo,” in conjunction with the first ArtWalk event organized by the Monmouth County Arts Council.

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