A Mirror To Her Self - The Feminine Face in Art:
You may have already seen this work by Eggman13 at YouTube (about 1 million people have). I loved it so much, I wanted to share it with those who may not have yet seen it.
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Isn't It Iconic?
Now they've gone and done it. The folks at the Art of Spirit Live Journal Community share Pagan icons and graphics. Drat. Like I needed more icons.
Ok, maybe I do.
I found this pretty site the other day. They look made to last, which is not something you can say about the work of every bead artist. Also, she puts a lot of time and effort into the notes on each Goddess. The pictures are clear enough to give you a good feel for what you are buying (again, not something that every web retailer does).
I do my own beading, so I'm picky about quality. If you buy one and you like it, let me know.