This image depicts the Horned God leading a traditional Spiral Dance. This joyous dance usually starts as a circle with people holding hands, spirals into the center looking almost like a labyrinth, then back out again to form a circle once more. It represents the never ending cycle of life and the many ways we interrelate as a community. This dance is likely a May Day celebration welcoming fertility and abundance to ensure a generous harvest.
Plaque measures 7-3/4" long by 3" wide and has a built in sturdy wall hanger.