Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day science painting

Every single day in 2013 San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis is creating an abstract painting inside the confines of the humble petri dish, a cylindrical container used by biologists to culture the growth of cells and algae, something the paintings seem to directly resemble. Called ‘Daily Dish 2013‘ the project is a continuation of a series Reis completed back in 2009, but at a cursory glance I’m already enjoying the 2013 series much more. Despite the limitation of medium and space, it’s amazing to see the variation of color and depth each painting has, for some reason it reminded me of Jason Fried’s 2007 SvN post about the variation of watch faces. (via coudal)