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      March 26, 2020

      Thursday  10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (daily until March 30, 2020)

      80 Turk St
      San Francisco, California 94102

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      Feast of Sekhmet

      Please join us for “Feast of Sekhmet,” a multimedia exhibition highlighting the embodiment of the goddess within. Sekhmet, an ancient Egyptian Deity revered by royalty and commoners alike for her prowess as a warrior and her temples dedicated to healing and sex magic.

      Feast of Sekhmet is about surrender.

      Surrender to a higher power, to admit you need help to become whole and feel whole. It is about surrender to a power which believes the sexual IS spiritual and the highest form of offering one can give.

      It is to embrace ALL of who you are, the masculine, the feminine, the warrior and the healer. It is to step outside the bounds of “conventionality” and choose to move only with and through the sacred heart connection that is. The journey of acceptance of self when it matters not to anyone else but you and the goddess.

      You are invited to celebrate with us at the exhibit opening on March 4th from 5:30 to 7:30 and feast on:

      -Song by Lisa Thomas-Adeyemo

      -Ritual Movement by “Z”ahava Griss

      -Poetry Reading by Lanise McKenzie

      Ali Montgomery has been dedicated to Sekhmet for more than 25 years. A lifelong love of the arts, Ali discovered her love of painting and multimedia expression within the last decade. Ali has been writing poetry as a means of spiritual connection which will be shared during the exhibit opening. Her newly released art book “Sekhmet Honoring the Goddess Within” will be available for purchase at a discount price during the opening as the official launch.

      Allow yourself to be transported in time to ancient ritual space.

      For more information, please visit or email

      Gallery Dates for the exhibition are March 4th – March 30th during hours of operation

      We are excited to see you all there!

      Paintings and Concepts by Ali Montgomery & Photography by WolfMercury

      Cost: Free - Donations Appreciated!

      Categories: Art Galleries & Exhibits

      This event repeats daily until March 30, 2020:

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