Ganesha is rightly named Trilakyamohana. In Sanskrit, 'trilokya' means the three realms of existence and 'mohana' means 'one who enchants'. This boy-deity's celebrated innocence, propensity to grant boons, and childlike beauty enchants the inhabitants of this world as well as the divine. His face is the very picture of invincibility and sublime patience. The trishul on His brow is meant to indicate that He is the son of none other than the cosmic destroyer, Shiva, Himself.
This watercolour would make for a cheerful addition to your space. Seated on a slightly overgrown tree-stump, He would bless your sanctum with His divine gaze. Right afore the thick brushstrokes of the stump, upon the pale pastel green of the grass, is His vahana, the mouse, with an offering of laddoo in its paws. The shadow of the darkening twilight settles upon the luxuriant foliage in the background, while the resplendence of Ganesha's form pours forth from the painting.