Lichen on a tree VAUGHAN FLEMING/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Texture and pattern: Lichen on a tree. Parmelia sulcata (upper frame, blueish-green) Rinodina roboris (centre, blue) By Vaughan Fleming

Klari Reis will be creating art within the confines of plexiglass petri dishes for a project called The Daily Dish, which is a continuation of a project she completed back in 2009. Klari uses layers of reflective epoxy polymer to create colorful and abstract paintings that look like living microorganisms.

Daily Petri Dish

San Francisco based artist Klari Reis uses layers of reflective epoxy polymer to create colorful and abstract paintings that look like living microorganisms within the confines of plexiglass petri dishes for a project called The Daily Dish.

Fabric dying experiments: rusty items

Fabric dying experiments: rusty items Have students go out and collect their own rusted items starting at beginning of semester.

Artist Sabatina Leccia plays with abstract color and threaded marks. The stitches become part of the painting, adding a contemporary spin on embroidery.

Sabatina Leccia's Embroideries are Explosions of Color

Artist Sabatina Leccia plays with abstract colour and threaded marks. The stitches become part of the painting, adding a contemporary spin on embroidery.

...: paper, paint, stitch:

I like how they have used mixed media within this piece as it creates texture and shape. It also suggests a sense of oldness created by the newspaper parts.

A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell

A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell (Urban Decay)

Jasmyne Graybill Unknown Specimens Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex 3 ½ “ diameter (each)

Jasmyne Graybill-Artist - Jasmyne Graybill Unknown Specimens Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex 3 ½ “ diameter (each)

Day #4: Something that screams CREATIVITY. I love these petri dish works by Klari Reis, she mimics electron microscope images of natural and unnatural cellular reactions using reflective epoxy polymer. I'm fascinated by the concept and creativity that inspired it

petri dish works by Klari Reis, she mimics electron microscope images of natural and unnatural cellular reactions using reflective epoxy polymer

tygertherapy: Lindy Lee. Conflagrations From Burnt holes- incomplete, damages Grey haze, confusion indefinite unknowable intangible

tygertherapy: “ Lindy Lee, Conflagrations From the End of Time 2009 Paper, fire, Chinese ink, rain ”

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in Nature Laura Katherine McMillan. Size: 9 pieces, Medium: Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes Year Made: 2010 Cell Series

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