|Ganesha print on Japanese Paper|
Woodcut, 18" x 24"
Edition: 15 total: 8 on Japanese/ 7 on Rosaspina Rag Paper
Here is a list of some of the symbolism associated with this image of Ganesha:
• Big Head – represents supreme wisdom.
• Large ears – represents listening more
• Small Mouth – means he talks less.
• One tusk – Means he keeps the good and throws away the bad.
• Large stomach – means he digests all the good and the bad experiences in life.
• Legs – One folded leg up and one leg resting on the ground indicates that he is thinking of the world but at the same time concentrating on God.
• The Plate of Food – means he is indifferent to wealth, power and prosperity.
• The rat looking up at him – means desire and greed are under control.
• Axe – to cut all attachment.
• Lotus – represents enlightenment.
• Blessings – blesses us and protects us from harm so we can reach God.