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DEBORAH K. TASH/White Wolf Woman

 

SHAMANIC ART IN HONOR OF THE DIVINE FEMININE

 

 

CURRENT SHOW EXTENDED!

 

SOFT POWER

RECLAIMING THE SACRED CUNT PROJECT

Visual Art, Sculpture and Poetry

OCTOBER 6, 2019 THROUGH JANUARY 13, 2020

 

ARISE GALLERY

678 Portola Drive

San Francisco, CA  94127

FREE PARKING IN THE HERCHURCH LOT

 

Soft Power Series/Knotless Netting Study TASH

Soft Power Series/Knotless Netting Study TASH

cunt

[kuhnt]  

Usage note:
All senses of this word are considered vulgar slang and are very strongly tabooed and censored. The meanings that refer to a woman and a contemptible person are used with disparaging intent and are perceived as highly insulting and demeaning. There are many words used to refer to people in sexual terms. However, to call a person a cunt, especially a woman, is one of the most hateful and powerful examples of verbal abuse in the English language.

In these times of polarization; hatred rampant worldwide alongside a renewed understanding of the Divine Feminine and women’s profound influence, the word continues to have a pejorative meaning.  Some in the culture have taken to using the word very casually.  Men call men they intend to denigrate cunts; coupling feminine qualities to the word meaning that the man is worthless because he is a woman; even stronger than calling him a pussy, another word for female genitalia!  Even young women refer to women and men they don’t like or respect as cunts.

Seen through the lens of my Wiccan perspective, Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in the early 1980s gave my own work renewed understanding.  Knowing that cunt is a sacred word evocative of the Divine Feminine in every woman, my exploration as an artist deepened.  How is it that the images of cunt (along with the word) which are evident everywhere in nature are taboo?   I see them in trees, flowers, caves, tunnels, caverns and their entrances in the earth.  They are in rock formations and, of course, in female animals and humans.  Take a long look at a rose unfolding or the entrance to a cave.  I have been making art dedicated to resolving this question since the mid-1970s with creation of images dedicated to the beauty of cunt.

Using mixed media and paint, Soft Power-Reclaiming The Sacred Cunt Project is dedicated to exploring these images informed by the practice of Shamanism, Tantra and ancient monoliths to the Goddess and the Divine Feminine in nature all evocative of the opening for spiritual sexuality which every woman possesses as an integral part of her being.

Soft Power Series/Fire, Water, Air, Earth TASH Currently Showing At ARISE GALLERY

Soft Power Series/Cunt Egg For Valentine’s Day TASH

Soft Power Series/Gilded Frame TASH

Soft Power Series/Moonlight And Lace TASH

Soft Power Series/Lilith’s Echoe TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series/Between The Veils TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series/Between The Veils I TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series-Study #1 Cunt Egg XIX TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series-Study #2 Cunt Egg XVIII TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series-Study #5 Cunt Egg XXI 31 TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series-Study #7 Cunt Egg XXII TASH

PRINT: Sunday Erotica Project #2 TASH

PRINT: Soft Power Series-Sunday Erotica Project #3 TASH

Soft Power Series/Cunt Box II TASH

AND MUCH MORE!

 

SHAMANIC ART IN HONOR OF THE DIVINE FEMININE

MASK

MIXED MEDIA

PAINTINGS

COLLAGE

DRAWINGS

SPIRIT DOLLS

POETRY

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Mission Statement:

As a visionary artist, healer and poet I am committed to using my voice, my hands and my art in the community for the intersection of spirituality and sexuality, honoring the Divine Feminine, the Gods and Goddesses, the angelics, spirit animal allies and spirit guides, as well as reclaiming sexual desire and pleasure for the empowerment of all women.

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DEBORAH K. TASH/WHITE WOLF WOMAN

In Her Image Studio

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE/herchurch

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ARISE GALLERY

678 Portola Drive

San Francisco, CA  94127

 

Contact:

Deborah K. Tash – 415.875.9510 – inherimage@artlover.com

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