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Thank you for your patience with the website bare bones look; there are changes in progress.  Stay tuned for a whole new look for In Her Image Studio website. 

 

 

Welcome

 In Her Image Studio

In The Art Grotto

Deborah K. Tash

White Wolf Woman

Curator of Arise Gallery

herchurch/Purple Church Artist In Residence

 

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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ANEW Gallery is now

Arise Gallery

678 Portola Drive

San Francisco, CA  94127

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For More Information Contact:

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

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