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Deborah Arambula:

I love nature; the way the sun sweeps up over the mountains misty dew. The way the leaves fall in a type of rhythmic dance during autumn, the way flowers blow in the whisper of spring's air, the countryside of every city that I visit, the Napa Vineyards that change with every season.

I love all styles of music as it brings me closer to the true spirit of all cultures. As a dancer since the age of three, I have loved music and the performing arts.

Some say I am a romantic, renaissance woman, as I desire to spark a beautiful and spiritual experience in each person that views my works and touches my life. I love people; they are filled with goodness and creativity. I truly believe that there is an artist in every man, women and child and if only for a moment my art transforms, inspire or uplifts them, I have done my job.

My works are as versatile as the weather, from Hearts to Tuscany, I move to the beat of my own soul. My inspiration comes to me on a daily basis in many forms; a baby's smile, the sadness in a homeless mans eyes, the romantic country song on the radio, turmoil of the world, a gentle kiss from my teenagers, a leaf dancing in the wind, a cool design in the clouds, a loving hug from my best friend.

I give to you, the viewer, very simply, the joy I feel and my heart.

It is a great honor to be one of the few selected to be a part of this wonderful group of people helping people. It is everything that I am about! Please help support the Hearts in San Francisco Foundation!

Please feel free to visit me on the web and write to me any time!

www.Heartworksgallery.com
Heartworksstudio@earthlink.net

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Follow your Heart to Union Square...

Luncheon
Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Join us in marking the 2-year anniversary of the Hearts in San Francisco city-wide art installation project at HEROES & HEARTS.

3 new Hearts in the series will be unveiled, while 12 TableTop Hearts will make their debut, all designed by prominent local artists and available for purchase at the luncheon. In addition, we will be honoring several local heroes for their exceptional and inspirational actions which help make San Francisco the first-class city it is.

Tickets are limited. For more information, call Katherine Moe, Development Coordinator for Corporate Relations & Special Events, at 415-206-4478 or email katherine.moe@sfdph.org.