Ending our week of visual storytelling, we're featuring this polymer clay pendant by Alisa Maskaeva. The message could by many things, and it certainly makes one stop and think. Sometimes it's great to put your message out there, but other times, it's great to let the viewer connect with a piece themselves. See more of Alisa's work and do our Inspirational Challenge at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/11880
► Artista usa argila para modelar e criar incríveis capas de livros tridimensionais
WITCHCRAFT P59 Offerings were left at the crossroads for her. In Celtic Ireland and Wales it was tradition to sit at crossroads and listen for the howling of winds which would prophesy the year to come. Crossroads also represent the intersection of positive, neutral and negative forces.