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thedailydish2013  artist Klari Reis creaties abstract paintings inside a petri dish.  Octopus Kisses, February 5, 2013

thedailydish2013 artist Klari Reis creaties abstract paintings inside a petri dish. Octopus Kisses, February 5, 2013

Fashionista Lace..petri dish painting by San Fransisco based chemist/artist Klari Reis hand paints a plexiglass petri dish every day in her latest project A Daily Dish. But it is not just superficial, decorative painting, Reis fills the actual form with different layers of epoxy polymers pigmented with oils, acrylics, powders, and dyes."

Fashionista Lace..petri dish painting by San Fransisco based chemist/artist Klari Reis hand paints a plexiglass petri dish every day in her latest project A Daily Dish. But it is not just superficial, decorative painting, Reis fills the actual form with different layers of epoxy polymers pigmented with oils, acrylics, powders, and dyes."

Petri Dish Paintings by Klari Reis

Petri Dish Paintings by Klari Reis

For all the strange things artists have turned into canvasses, Klari Reis manages to stand apart. Since she's been perfecting the art of painting in petri dishes.

This year, a San Francisco-based artist will unveil 365 new paintings, reminiscent of growing bacteria, on her blog, The Daily Dish

Every Day a Different Dish: Klari Reis’ Petri Paintings

This year, a San Francisco-based artist will unveil 365 new paintings, reminiscent of growing bacteria, on her blog, The Daily Dish

Goblet and secretory cells. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a goblet cell (pink & blue) and secretory cells of the duodenum, part of the small intestine. The goblet cell secretes mucus which neutralises stomach acid. The mucigen granules (circular objects, at upper centre) combine with water to form the mucus. On either side of the goblet cell are the secretory cells whose secretions help in the digestive process. The microvilli (green hair- like…

Goblet and secretory cells. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a goblet cell (pink & blue) and secretory cells of the duodenum, part of the small intestine. The goblet cell secretes mucus which neutralises stomach acid. The mucigen granules (circular objects, at upper centre) combine with water to form the mucus. On either side of the goblet cell are the secretory cells whose secretions help in the digestive process. The microvilli (green hair- like…

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