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  • P.J. Williams

    Spiral art -- from Etsy: Medusa's Garden (Afterlife). No longer available

  • Marie Gray

    Spiral art by Sara S Beautiful (This would make an interesting "white" tattoo)

  • HE

    One Rooted in a Circle of Branches. ~ Medusa's Garden Afterlife Ltd Edition 30 Print by RemixingLife

  • Cat T.Z

    from 'Spiral art' ....BUT....... Id like to turn this image into a wire wrapped trees of life pendant..

  • Terrie Gal

    barbed wire spiral shape inspiration picture

  • Ann McCullough

    Spiral art .:!:. ...Zentangle Inspiration

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