San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis has combined a outrageous volume of one-of-a-kind pieces, any impossibly beautiful. They’re a singular middle in so many ways, though we’ll start with a fact that they’re combined in petri dishes. Reis uses a rubbery, resin-like glue polymer, along with opposite kinds of pigments that conflict in ways suggestive of how several germ act in nature. She’s constantly blurring a line between a healthy and unnatural.
The outcome is so grounded, nonetheless out of this world; a dishes concurrently obey whole galaxies, worldly landscape elements, and little features. Did we discuss how overwhelming a colors are?
Just have a demeanour for yourself…
When she started a plan in 2009, she was only removing a hoop on how a materials mingled with any other.
She didn’t name her pieces, and they were most easier than they are now.
But that doesn’t meant they weren’t already impossibly beautiful.
As she became some-more informed with how a element moves — how it’s influenced by things like heat and humidity, and collection like a blow flame and hairdryer…
You can see how Reis’ mastering of a materials has combined so most dimension. This one is called Deep Cosmos.
For dual years now, she’s been posting a plate any day, and any has a name.
Celia Mae: she names a pieces formed on instinct…on this day she was channeling her middle child with Pixar.
She also experimented with a apportion of dyes and additives to a paint.
Hugs And Kisses, Oct 8, 2015
Breath Of Fresh Air, Sep 29, 2015
When Push Comes To Shove, Sep 5, 2015
Friend Of A Friend Of Pacman, Aug 21, 2015
Compass Point, Aug 15, 2015
Starchaser, Aug 8, 2015
Green Flash Sunset, Aug 3, 2015
Surf’s Up, Jul 21, 2015
Penicillium, Jul 14, 2015
Mantis Stare, Jul 12, 2015
Tectonic Plates, Jul 11, 2015
Sunbathing Tomatoes, Jul 8, 2015
Dollop Of Blue, Jul 3, 2015
Ranunculus, Jun 30, 2015
Joyous, Jun 24, 2015
Sunburst, Jun 21, 2015
It’s like there are whole universes inside any and any one of these circles. For many, many some-more of these beautiful creations, be certain to check out Reis’ Facebook, her website that includes some-more projects, and A Daily Dish, dedicated only to these petri pieces.