The Irish Ganesh Space

 

The Victoria’s Way collection of black granite Ganesh (Vinayaka) sculptures is without doubt the finest anywhere in the world, including India. It took about 9 years to design, model and carve the whole group. The sculptures range in size from 5ft 6ins to 9ft and weigh between 2 and 5 tonnes.

 

 

             

Reclining Ganesh                                            Reading Ganesh                               Tabla Ganesh

 

 

                                              

               Veena Ganesh                           Flute Ganesh                                Oileann Pipes Ganesh
                                                                                                                           Paddyganesh                  

 

                         

        Dancing Ganesh1                        Dancing Ganesh 2                     Shiva    Ganesha’s Dad

 

 

The sculptures were dreamt up and sketched in Roundwood in Ireland, then modelled by the artist D.V. Murugan in Mahabalipuram (Mamallapuram), Tamil Nadu, India. They were carved in Mahabalipuram by one of India’s most outstanding sculptors, the stapathi master T. Baskaran.

 

The Forest Sculptures of Victoria’s Way

 

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