Acrylic, including metallic, on handmade recycled Indian paper, glued onto an old teak antique door, with beveled edge glass mounting, flush with timber base and held together with four bolts.
Size: 80cm x 110cm (32" x 43")
Important note: Due to the specific framing of this painting, this artwork is VERY heavy and the cost for shipping would have to be added on top of the price mentioned here. Please contact us for details.
Vinayaki is the female form of Ganesha. She is represented here with wings, connecting the natural forces of water, fire, air and ether. Yoni is a Sanskrit word that represents the female organs of generation and also connotes the meaning of "origin, abode, or source".
When the setting sun makes the painting sparkle, radiating through a bundle of electromagnetic energy, carrying energy changing, falling photons, governed by gravity. In Vedic iconography, Ganesha is the symbol of gravity and Murugan, his brother is the symbol of electromagnetic energy.
Vinyaki, the female form of Lord Ganesh, is a real historical fact that dates back a few thousands of years ago. Read our blog post for more details.