The Ganesh' symbolism:
His long ears: sensitive to the sounds.
His cake in his trunk: when you give sweet, he is happy.
His broken tusk: traditional, many significations.
His pearl necklace front and neck: purity.
His hat: with feathers like aborigine and pearls around his hat.
His expression: happy, with open mouth for singing with you.
His hairs: in spiral like many galaxies.
His body: the body represents the past-future of our situation on earth.
- Table top: F hole with bird head and bottom with bird tale. The open grain work on table top represents the climate (water, wind, etc…). The arches are made with facets like the diversity of our world and the summit lines are like the leaf veins which represent the force of the life.
- Table back: Also carved with facets, the texture is like of water with a light breeze on. You can see different texture movements in many directions like the wind on the surface of our planet. On the button I engraved Sebella (the owner) over a portal.
Photograph: CADCAM Productions