Paré de Bijoux (LED Backlit)

Mixed Media, Resin, Glitter, Gel, and Crackling Paste, on Plexiglass and wood frame. backlit with LED
48″ x 72″

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This captivating mixed media painting adorned with handmade tear-shaped sculptural pieces of various sizes, colors, and variations, illuminated by a gentle LED backlight. This artwork exudes a remarkable texture and depth, inviting viewers to delve into a profound narrative of human emotion and resilience.

tells a poignant story centered around the significance of tears as cherished possessions that define our humanity. The artist’s intention was to convey the idea that tears are not something to be ashamed of but rather a testament to our strength and resilience. This concept is beautifully translated into the composition of the painting.

The focal point of the artwork lies in the tear-shaped sculptural pieces protruding out of the canvas. Each tear is meticulously handcrafted, reflecting a range of sizes, colors, and variations, symbolizing the diversity of human experiences and emotions. The artist’s skillful use of mixed media techniques enhances the texture of the tears, creating a tactile experience that draws viewers into the emotional depth of the artwork.

The tears are delicately backlit by an LED, casting a gentle glow that highlights their presence and significance. The illumination serves as a metaphorical representation of the inner strength that arises from acknowledging and embracing our vulnerabilities. It reminds viewers that tears are not a sign of weakness but rather a testament to the resilience of the human spirit.

Each tear is uniquely crafted with intricate details, representing the individuality and stories of each. They serve as a reminder that our tears our are our precious belongings coming from a Divine space.





About the artist

As a painter and creative expressionist, Mashian’s abstract works reveal her appreciation of color theory, compositional form, and studying positive and negative space. Working in mixed media and using various techniques from collage to impasto, a repeated layering and application of paint, Mashian’s dynamic pieces range from smaller artworks that can be arranged together to large-scale paintings. Her large-paneled paintings have been exhibited nationally in Los Angeles, Miami, and other art enclaves and are included in private collections in the United States and abroad.

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Dimensions48 × 72 in

Blue, Green, Pink, White, Yellow

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