Friday, August 29, 2014

5 Simple Drawings of Ganesha for Ganesh Chaturthi


Wishing Everyone A Blessed Ganesha Chaturthi!
May the Lord remove all the obstacles that one has to face or rather may the obstacles fall short against your strength. May all these hurdles be crossed with the least effort and May all that one wishes which doesn't hurt or harm others be rewarded ;)

I am sharing with you the Ganesha paintings and Sketches I have created since the past few years. Most of them have been sold since Ganesha is a much wanted companion :)

Firstly, Lord Ganesha (Ganesh/Ganapati/Vinayaka/Vigneshwara) or the elephant deity is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. He is revered as the remover of obstacles in life, patron of arts and science & the symbolic epitome of intellect and wisdom. Every ritual starts by honoring him. Here's a video to know something more about him.

Lord Ganesha Video


Secondly, I would like to share 5 simple Ganesha drawings I created yesterday afternoon. They are all ATCs (Artist Trading Cards). They are simple and can be tried by anyone for that matter. They will also look good on postcards, you can create some for Diwali and send it to your family and friends. You can add a bit of color to it by adding sequins, stones, glitters, sparkles etc. I wanted them simple for now.

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ATCs, 2.5x3.5 inches, fineliners and sketch pens on Distemper green chartpaper

All of it to together...so how do you like it? 

We are so used to seeing Ganeshas in so many different forms all over the net and everywhere else that even when you try to do something singular, you end up feeling I have seen this somewhere (what I am feeling now for these skecthes!...I love them all the same)

Now for the Ganeshas that I have so far created, taking time and loving each one...I have lined them below...Take a look :)

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ATC

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Embellished Ganesha on acrylic pad

The same design on glass. I wanted to see how it would look on glass. 
Which one do you think is better?

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 Embellished Ganeshas in Red and Yellow gold

*embellished with kundan stones and sequins*


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Abstract Ganeshas in Red and Blue

*the red painting is embellished with a black crystal*


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5x5inch gallery wrapped canvas, 
Mixed Media with crystals, kundan stones, sequins etc

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Abstract Ganesha embellished with crystals

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Kerala Mural Ganesha

*scientific symbol of Lord Ganesha is discussed here*

ATCs can not be sold, only swapped - info for those who aren't aware of it. All these Ganeshas except for the last two, are sold. The most recent one which I sold in Sankalp in Kochi and bought by an ardent young buyer, a school boy is here. That I felt was an honour !

I would also like to share something that I saw in FB I believe and I saved it to my system as the significance is immense.


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Source: FB

click on the images to catch a larger view

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27 comments:

Giggles said...

Such gorgeous variety! A wonderful symbolism of full of wisdom!

Hugs Giggles

AmitAag said...

Amazingly beautiful!

Valerie-Jael said...

They are all beautiful, and it is impossible to choose a fave. Love how you have used various mediums, and sequins etc, wonderful effects. I am going to read up about Ganesha now, you have sparked my curiosity! Enjoy your festival, Valerie

Ritika T said...

You made all these ???

Wow..Deepa that is just amazing !

Linda Kunsman said...

each one of your designs are fantastic! Thank you for sharing this important part of your culture-I love all the symbolism.

Nayana CherishDreamLive said...

These are really beautiful Deepa, and very easy I will draw one and see if my son would like to paint. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!!

Nayana CherishDreamLive said...

Forgot to mention Deepa that all of them are beautiful but last Kerala mural one is amazing...

loveofcollage said...

interesting post and lovely art

GlorV1 said...

Hi Deepa. How interesting about Ganesha. Love all your outstanding work.. Great designs.

magiceye said...

Wonderful work Deepa!!

Rajesh said...

Simply marvelous.

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Thank you for this beautiful post. Your representation art is magnificent!!! Truly magnificent!
Nicole/Beadwright

sharon said...

A wsonderful post and interesting, I liked all of them and found it difficult to find a favourite.

JKW said...

These pieces are excellent. I like the acrylic pad. The abstracts are amazing. . .whoa! Blessings, Janet PPF

Arti Jain said...

Hi Deepa. Lovely Ganeshas- all. I like your sketches and they stand out in the crowd:) My favourite are the middle green sketch and the one wearing the blue dhoti on the acrylic pad- such wise eyes he has. Hope you enjoyed Ganesh Chaturthi.

ilakshee said...

Hi Deepa, you have a beautiful blog here! I loved your chinese paintings. Hope to discover more here since I love everything that is creative. And so joined your blog as a member :)

Hemapriya Natesan said...

Happy gateshead chaturthi, lovely drawings,tried one, came out well :)

Simona Cordara said...

How many different Ganeshas! I love them all!!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

How wonderful! They are all so charming. I love them!

Cozycomfycouch said...

Wonderful!

bellefrogworks said...

Absolutely beautiful work - from the simple line images to the complex bead adorned images.

Beloo Mehra said...

These are beautiful! The last one especially is extraordinary. Thanks for sharing these. May Lord Ganesha's blessings be always with you.

Carol said...

Thank you so much for sharing all of these beautiful drawings and paintings and for sharing the information on them ... Will have to study up some on the subject now that you have opened the door.

Gillena Cox said...

Wow!!! these watercolour works are just stunning, thanks for sharing; happy you stopped over at my blog;
have a good week

much love...

Abigail Davidson said...

These are gorgeous, and the embellishments really work beautifully! Thank you for sharing!

Nidhi Sharma said...

Great and amazing blog..!

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Sheena Dutta said...

Thanks for making this blog, i liked it and have bookmark it.


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