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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.

December 2 - 23, 2011

San Diego, CA

Pleasures & Treasures
and

TOM  OF  FINLAND  FOUNDATION
present:

TOM Time
Tom of Finland for the Holidays


TOM OF FINLAND (Finnish, 1920 – 1991), Untitled,
1987, Color pencil on paper, ToFF #87.27,
© 1987 Tom of Finland Foundation

Gala Opening Reception: December 2, 7:00 - 10:00 PM
A Benefit for Tom of Finland Foundation

A $10.00 donation to Tom of Finland Foundation at the opening
helps to preserve the catalog of Tom’s work and aid and
promote the very artists that have bestowed so much upon us all.


TOM OF FINLAND (Finnish, 1920 – 1991), Untitled,
(Detail), 1983, Marker on paper, ToFF #83.25,
© 1987 Tom of Finland Foundation

Join us and enjoy a new selection of artwork, some never show before.
Take home the remarkable.

An Exhibition
An Opportunity
A Time To Rejoice

Art • Prints • Books • Apparel • Gifts


PLEASURES AND TREASURES: In 2006, Bill Freyer and Tim Melodick founded their business, and in June of this year moved to their new, spacious location on University Avenue. They proudly serve the leather and fetish community and have created an environment welcoming to everyone. TOM Time is their ninth exhibition of artists’ work and they will have TOM merchandise available as an adjunct to the show.

Pleasures & Treasures
Hours: Monday - Saturday 11:00 AM till 11:00 PM, Sunday 11:00 AM till 7:00 PM
2525 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104  Map 
619.822.4280

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"Whenever I was depressed or disgusted, I would feel him, that spirit inside, urging me back to living, back to drawing, I believe there is a lot to the world that can’t be seen or touched, and if you turn away from that — especially if you are an artist — you are avoiding an important part of life, maybe the very heart of it.” — Tom of Finland