In thinking about ways to find our “Common Ground” in a seemingly divided world, I am looking for bridges and connection. Themes I often return to are music and nature, earth and air, amusement and thoughtfulness. I look for balance. I create abstract and experimental paintings using watercolor, acrylics and other mixed media on paper, yupo, canvas and panels.
Eva’s painting Off Kilter was selected for the Ohio Watercolor Society’s Silver Medal in Watercolor Ohio 2017, its 40th Annual Juried Exhibition. Her paintings have been juried into Watercolor Ohio 2016 (Traveling Show), 2014, 2013 when she was honored to receive the Doug Pasek Memorial Award, and Watercolor Ohio 2012. She received 2nd Place in the Group Ten Gallery’s 3rd Annual Juried Art Show in 2016 and has had paintings accepted into juried exhibitions at the Fairmount Center for the Arts, Chagrin Falls Valley Art Center and Group Ten Gallery, Kent, OH. She is represented by Imagery Fine Arts in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Eva has participated in workshops with Mary Todd Beam, Kathleen Conover, Mike Bailey, Mary Ann Beckwith, Pat Dews, Mark Mehaffey, Jean Grastorf, and Betsy Dillard Stroud.
Her education in speech pathology includes degrees from Ashland University (B.S.1976) and Case Western Reserve University (M.A.1981). She photographed religious buildings in Cleveland for her husband’s book A Guide to Greater Cleveland’s Sacred Landmarks (Kent State Press, 2012).
Born in Pontiac, Michigan in 1949. Lived throughout the western US prior to moving with family to Colombia, South America in 1957. Returned to Dallas, Texas in 1965.
Received BA in 1972 from University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas (painting and sculpture) Received MFA in 1974 in Sculpture, from Washington University, St. Louis.
Taught Sculpture courses at University of Colorado, Boulder and University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Taught Sculpture and Drawing courses at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Taught Three Dimensional Design and Drawing at University of Akron, in Akron, Ohio.
Selected One-Person Exhibitions: Moos Gallery, Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, Ohio; Government Gallery, City of Kettering, Ohio; Worthington Public Library, Worthington, Ohio; Beatty Gallery, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio; Coburn Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio; Amarillo Art Museum, Amarillo, Texas; Severence Gallery, College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio; Schircliff Gallery, Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana; Eells Gallery, Blossom Music Center, Northampton Township, Ohio; National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado.
Corporate Painting and Sculpture Commissions: Headquarters Company, Cleveland, Ohio; Metro Health Systems, Cleveland, Ohio; Union Metal Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio; Cleveland Public Library System, Cleveland, Ohio; Hilton Hotels, Toledo, Ohio; Joseph T. Ryerson & Son Inc., Denver, Colorado; Earle M. Jorgensen Company, Denver, Colorado
My work with collage is an ongoing journey into discovery. I focus on creating a landscape of balance and energy. Relying on intuition, I tell a story by assembling order out of chaos, using color as the main vehicle. Chance can play a large role in the construction of the work and can at times take me into unpredictable directions.
I approach sculpture in much the same way. Spontaneity is the foundation, and through a process of elimination the work is created. As the work begins to speak, I am then able to take the sculpture through the necessary stage to where I feel it takes on a life of its own.
I have been involved with the arts as long as I can remember. I attended the special youth classes at the Cleveland Museum of Art from grades 6-12.
I received a BA with majors in English, Art, and Drama through Capital University and Cleveland Institute of Art; and, finally, a Master of Studio Arts Degree from Case Western Reserve and the Cleveland Institute of Art. I did graduate work at Kent State in order to update my teaching certificate in 1978-80.
I have exhibited in numerous galleries and won various awards. The most meaningful of these for me is the National Art Education Teacher/Artist Award won in 1993 through the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Fellowship.
I work primarily in oils. Paintings are based on figurative life studies, religion and mythology, still life, landscapes, dreams and imagination. I have always felt compelled to express myself visually. I think of my paintings as a poetic expression of my mental state.
My current work explores the fear of exposure and anxiety of loss against our innate curiosity and search for harmony. Security and isolation, reflection and inertia, influence and conviction, internment and freedom are themes.
Major influences on current work, include: Édouard Manet, Paul Gauguin, Egon Schiele, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Amedeo Modigliani and Mark Rothko.
Educational Background: Syracuse University, Master of Arts, 2004; Youngstown State University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2000; Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Associates Degree, 1990.
Adjunct Professor, Youngstown State University (2003/2006). Lectured at various colleges in the United States and globally, including: Kent State University, Kendall College of Art & Design, Pennsylvania State University and The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China.
Exhibitions & Recognition
David’s paintings have been juried into select shows at The Butler Institute of American Art and most recently Group Ten Gallery. His professional design work has been awarded and recognized by several publications and professional organizations, and his master’s thesis on design and branding was published in the United States, Netherlands and China.
I create places in which viewers can enter and interpret based on their own reflective experience. My art is inspired by natural and urban environments, by factors which affect them and by current issues. I work in a variety of media including oil, watercolor, bound graphite and collage and allow each piece to freely evolve in order to speak of an encounter, rather than a representational place. My process is about building and breaking down form and detail in order to create composition. Art, like life is a process of transition. My work expresses states of fragility, endurance, order and chaos which occur with change. Layers are concealed and exposed, establishing a physical and psychological history. They are like archeological discoveries in which past, present and unresolved questions of future have been captured simultaneously.
Tina Grondin works from her studio, at home in Garrettsville, Ohio. She earned a degree in Art Education and a Masters in Art (painting) from Kent State University and enjoyed a career in Art Educator. Tina made the difficult decision to leave teaching in 2014 after losing much of her sight to RP, a degenerative eye disease. She has not lost her need to create art and now pursues this full time. Her paintings have been exhibited and have earned awards at several juried shows, including Group Ten Gallery, Summit Art Space, Fairmount Center for the Arts, Valley Art Center and The Box Gallery. She is a member of The Women’s Art League of Akron and Artists of Rubber City. Tina’s work documents her artistic practice, as her vision changes, so will how she communicates through art.
My connection with Kent goes back to the mid 1950s, when I watched my mother complete her education degree at KSU. The University fascinated me and I knew that was where I wanted to be when my college years came. Living on campus in the turbulent 1960s, when I met some of the most exciting teachers and ideas of my life, opened my eyes to finding beauty and interest in mundane and unusual places. In 1969 I earned a B.S. in Art Education and taught all grades, with the last 20 years at Brunswick High School---the best career I could have imagined. Along the way I earned a M.S in Education, focusing on Outdoor Education----taking art outside the classroom and into the real environment.
Group Ten founding member Tom Lehnert initiated a critique group consisting of several KSU graduates who were in grad school, teaching, and/or working in the area. Participating in that crit group for over 30 years made me work harder, become more thoughtful, and to be more experimental in my work, while giving me confidence, encouragement and much needed criticism along the journey. A pat on the back and a kick in the rear are both necessary for growth!
Numerous group and solo exhibitions include juried shows at Akron’s Summit Artspace, Lakeland Community College, Chagrin Valley Art Center, the Butler Museum of American Art, Mesa Public Library Gallery in Los Alamos, NM, among many others. I won Summit Artspace’s Kaleidoscope People’s Choice Award in 2014 as well as First Place awards in 2013 and 2016. Butler’s Midyear Show accepted my work in 2010, 2012, and awarded my work an HM in 2014. Medina County Art League’s Aquarius Show awarded me the People’s Choice Award in 2011 and 2012, and I received First Place and Best in Show in 2015 and 2016.
Upcoming shows include a 5 woman exhibition at Medina Library in October, 2017, and a two person exhibit with master bird carver, Tom Baldwin, in December 2017, at the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation in Hudson, Ohio.
I teach drawing and creativity workshops in various places, and I never stop being fascinated by shadows and light, by books and poems, and friends who constantly point me in new directions.
Carolyn E. Lewis
"Capturing the mood of the moment and the effect of light is an important goal in my work." - Carolyn E. Lewis
A commendable quality of Lewis' work is the feeling one experiences of actually being in the scene while viewing her strongly designed landscapes. Lewis continues, "...but most of all, I enjoy the process of creating art and communicating the atmosphere and drama of my subject."
The art of Carolyn Lewis is inspired by nature, wildlife, and people. It is sensitive without being overly sentimental. Her commissioned portraits of individuals and animals, and her powerful landscapes, are steadily gaining acclaim in national art circles.
In September 2005, Carolyn's first book entitled Land and Light Workshop-- Painting Mood and Atmosphere in Oils was released by North Light Books, and an accompanying video/DVD entitled Painting Mood and Atmosphere was released by Teaching Art, Ltd. Her work is also published in The Ultimate Guide to Painting from Photographs, edited by James Markle and Layne Vanover, North Light Books, October 2005. In addition, Carolyn is published as one of several artists featured in both Artist's Photo Reference - Landscapesby Gary Greene and Artist's Digital Photo Reference - Landscapes by Erin Nevius, both published by North Light Books, 2001 and 2006, respectively. Recently, she has written articles published in Paint Magazine for the Society for All Artists, UK. She has also had her work featured in The Artist's Magazine.
Along with several solo exhibitions, Carolyn Lewis has been selected to exhibit in many local, regional and national art competitions. Some of these include the Ohio Plein Air Society Nelsonville Competition, Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters at Jackson Hole and Winter Park, the Carmel Art Festival Invitational Competition, and the Plein Air Tucson Invitational. Carolyn also participated in the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club National Exhibition, New York, ViewPointNational, Cincinnati Art Club, the Akron Society of Artists' Grand Exhibition, National Oil & Acrylic Painters Society Annual, Oil Painters of America Annual and the OPA Midwestern Regional; as well as many other local exhibitions.
In addition, Carolyn often serves as a juror for exhibitions. Recently, she was Juror of Awards for the OPA 2016 Salon Exhibition at the Castle Gallery of Fine Art, Fort Wayne,IN and for the OPA 2014 Eastern Regional Exhibition at the Eisele Gallery of Fine Art, Cincinnati, OH. She frequently teaches plein air painting workshops in the Great Lakes area and leads plein air workshop tours in Italy and other international destinations.
Some of Carolyn's honors and awards include an Honorable Mention from The Artist's Magazine National Landscape Competition (1998) where she was ranked in the top 6 out of over 9000 entries. She was also designated one of 12 finalists for the month of April in the Raymar Art Competition (2005), received the Artist's Magazine Award at Viewpoint National (2006), awarded Best of Show and First Place in the Ohio Plein Air Society Paintout Competition (2005 and 2006 respectively) and Best of Show at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center's The Big Picture Show (2005). She was also selected as one of the top 200 finalists of the prestigious National Art for the Parks Exhibition in Jackson Hole (1995), as well as winning Best of Show at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Annual Members' Show (1987). She was one of 29 finalists in the Second Annual Winsor & Newton National Calendar Competition (1994) and was listed in the top 50 finalists in The Artist's MagazineNational Portrait Competition (1991).
Signature membership status includes: Oil Painters of America, Illinois; Ohio Plein Air Society; Akron Society of Artists, Ohio; and the Portrait Society of America. Carolyn also has General membership status in the American Impressionists Society and Landscape Artists International.
Juror for Exhibitions: 2016 Oil Painters of America Salon Exhibition; Castle Gallery of Fine Art,Fort Wayne, IN, Juror of Awards; 2014 Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional, Eisele Gallery of Fine Art, Cincinnati, OH Juror of Awards; 2009 Katherine Crampton Memorial Art Show, Lakeside, Ohio
Solo Exhibitions: 2009 Lawrence Churski Gallery, Bath, Ohio; 2007 Akron Woman's City Club, Akron, Ohio; 2006 Almond Tea Gallery, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; 2006 First Congregational Church, Akron, Ohio; 2005 Lawrence Churski Gallery, Bath, Ohio; 2005 First Congregational Church, Akron, Ohio; 2004 The Medina Gem Co., Medina, Ohio; 1996 Akron Women's City Club, Akron, Ohio; 1988 Akron General Medical Center Gallery, Akron, Ohio; 1987 Valley Savings & Loan Association, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; 1986 Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Building, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Dan is originally from Youngstown, Ohio. He currently lives in North Canton, Ohio. He received his B.S. in Physics from Youngstown State University. While he was interested in art in his youth, he did not take up painting seriously until later in his life. Part of Dan’s career at Goodyear Tire, was involved in designing tread patterns for automotive tires. This gave him an outlet for graphic creativity and demonstrated that, like in Engineering as well as Art, “shapes do matter”.
Dan’s training in art was obtained by taking classes locally as well as various workshops, such as the Seattle Academy of Realist Art, and Sedona Art Workshop programs. He has studied under various professional artists; Jack Richard, Margaret Kessler, Gary Godbee, Marc Moon, Dino Massaroni, Carolyn Lewis, Judith Carducci, Linda Tompkins, Jack Liberman, Judith Hertzi, Hal Scroggy, Betty Elliot, and Margaret Stiles. Dan’s twenty year membership in the Akron Society of Artists has been a major influence in his growth as an artist. Dan is a signature member of ASA, as well as a member of Oil Painters of America.
His main medium is Oil color, and his subject matter gravitates toward landscapes and geometric abstraction based on realistic subject matter. Dan enjoys working with mundane subject matter and transforming it into something remarkable for the viewer. He has won several awards in shows and his major achievements have been, being accepted into The Butler Institute of American Art – National Midyear Show, and being a finalist in the 2013 Artist’s Magazine, Artists Over 60 art competition.
The paintings of Dino Massaroni have been awarded numerous competitive prizes in national, regional and local exhibits since 1975. He has exhibited his artwork in such nationally renowned venues as the Butler Institute of American Art's Annual Midyear Show, Ohio; American Artists Professional League Annual, New York; Knickerbocker Artists Annual, New York; Akron Society of Artists Annual Grand Exhibition, Ohio; Allied Artists of America Annual, New York and the Pastel Society of America Annual, New York. His most notable solo exhibitions were displayed at the Butler Institute of American Art and the Canton Art Institute.
As a result of his naturalistic style, Massaroni has become a popular portrait painter with works in the collections of the Butler Institute of American Art, Ohio; The University of Akron School of Law, Ohio; Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio; Fairview Hospital, Fairview, Ohio; Suarez Corporation Industries, Ohio; Temple Israel, Akron, Ohio; A. Schulman, Inc., Akron, Ohio; Network Polymers, Inc., Akron, Ohio; and Carmen Construction Company, Tallmadge, Ohio to name a few. His portraits, landscapes and still life compositions are also included in private collections in Italy, Switzerland and the United States.
Massaroni teaches weekly portrait & figure drawing and painting courses at Cuyahoga Valley Art Center and Orange Art Center as well as travel workshops throughout Italy and Santorini, Greece.
I received my BS in Art Education and an MA in painting at Kent State. I was an art teacher at Parma Senior High School for 32 years. While there, I taught 14 different courses including crafts, fine art, photography, computer art, and art history. It is that wide range of experience with media and technique that informs the work I do today.
When you view the examples shown here, you will notice two completely different styles and techniques. Realistic paintings of landscapes depicting personal experiences and observations occupy one part of the body of work. Also, you will notice tightly controlled colored pencil renderings on plaster-like surfaces that are often 3-dimensional in nature. In these works, subjects come from a wide variety of visual stimulation and are not restricted by traditional expectations. Color, surface variation, illusion, and texture are part of the excitement. For me, neither one takes dominance over the other, but each one contributes to the development of the other. The possibilities inherent in the art process continue to be surprising and invigorating.
I enjoy challenges and try to intentionally develop alternative ways of working. I also enjoy designing and building furniture.
My work has been displayed at Summit Art Space, Kent Downtown Gallery, Lakeland College and numerous other local juried shows.
In addition to my personal artwork, I enjoy introducing people to the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, joining the corps of volunteer docents who lead school tours, private, public and special exhibition tours. Surrounded by the work of such a vast array of world class artists is a humbling and stimulating experience!
I find balance in working both as a painter and sculptor. Employing a meditative sketching technique, I scribble in my sketchbook until I land upon an image which I feel has both significant personal meaning and visual strength. Most often the sketches are abstract in nature though occasionally more representational images appear on the page.
The paintings and sculptures resulting from these sketches are often interpretations of contemporary political climates. Some are observations of human interactions, and others of my own personal life experience. My compositions tend to be open ended statements which can be interpreted according to the observer’s frame of reference.
An Ohio native, I grew up in Akron and Munroe Falls, but spent much of my adult life in the Atlanta, GA area. I felt compelled to create art early on. My mother was a hobby artist enjoying all of the popular art and craft crazes of the time. She was also an avid seamstress. There were always plenty of art materials around our home and I was free to use these in my own way.
Becoming an art teacher came naturally. I taught children’s art and craft classes for various community organizations as a teenager and adult community classes as young wife and mother. After college I became a high school art teacher in the public schools where I taught several different courses including drawing and painting, sculpture, jewelry, commercial art, ceramics, crafts, and printmaking and enjoyed each discipline. Like my mother, I also made many of my own clothes and my children’s clothes. I left teaching to work as a full time artist. I now focus on creating acrylic paintings and steel sculpture.
I show and sell my work through local, national and international juried shows and exhibitions, through solo and group gallery shows and from my studio in downtown Akron, OH. I also create paintings and sculpture on commission.
Solo Shows: 2016 Red Twig Gallery, Hudson, OH; 2014 Hudson Fine Art Gallery, Hudson, OH; 2012 Akron Woman’s City Club Gallery, Akron,OH; 2011 Summit County Offices Gallery, Akron, OH; 2011 Akron Bar Association Gallery, Akron OH; 2010 Hudson Fine Art Gallery, Hudson, OH; 2010 Studio 2091 Gallery, Cuyahoga Falls, OH; 2010 The Box Gallery, Akron, OH; 2008 City Art Gallery, Cuyahoga Falls, OH; 2006 Strawberry Fields Gallery, Alpharetta, GA; 2004 Good Karma Gallery, Buford, GA.
Two and Three Person Shows: 2015 “Sky to Steel” (3 person) Margaret Clark Morgan Gallery, Hudson, OH; 2014 “Two of Hearts”, (2 person) Zeber-Martell Side Gallery, Akron, OH; 2012 “Change in Common”, (2 person)The Box Gallery, Akron, OH; 2011 “x 2 “, (2 person) Tannery Row Gallery, Buford, GA.
BS Education - Kent State University (Art and Physical Education)
MAED – University of Georgia (Art Education), Graduate Assistant
My aptitude for art has assumed many forms throughout my life. Some earliest works were in graphite pencil, then pen and ink, and later watercolor and oil painting. I pursued these artistic goals at Kent State University in the mid-seventies, graduating with a BFA in painting and a new-found favorite discipline, ceramics.
The reality of finding a job after graduation prompted a switch to graphics and advertising, and so I worked for years doing packaging, typography, and illustration.
When my two daughters were born in the eighties, I left my graphics job to stay at home, and during that time I explored every additional avenue of art that interested me, especially silk painting, textiles, jewelry and illustration. I quickly developed an affinity for the colored pencil medium since it combined my first two loves, drawing and painting.
I joined and later became a signature member of the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA). My colored pencil drawings begin with the things that interest me; the human figure, unusual costumes, subtle patterns. I like to work in a large format, with dozens of layers of pigment applied in cross-hatch manner. I strive to create ambiguous, dreamlike images, where foreground and background shaped may blur together or be indistinct, and the interpretation of which is solely in the mind of the beholder.
After the kids were grown, I returned to work full time. I designed giftware and character dolls for a local import company for over ten years. It was around this time that I developed a love of sculpture, and began experimenting in mixed media, fiber, and clay. I love working “found objects” into my sculptures.
My artwork has been exhibited in dozens of juried shows around the country, including the Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and galleries from Florida to California. In 2009, my colored pencil drawing was chosen as the official poster art for the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.
Linda is creatively influenced by her surroundings, and has responded by drawing and painting since early childhood. She studied extensively with area artists Jack Richard and Marc Moon. She has also selectively studied with many other professional artists, taking workshops both locally and traveling to various locations throughout the United States.
Although she started her painting career painting in oils, she currently paints primarily in acrylics on watercolor board or canvas. Linda is an elected signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society, the Ohio Watercolor
Society, the American Artists Professional League, and the Akron Society of Artists. She is an associate member of the Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation based in Oregon.
Her paintings have been accepted into all the above fine art society shows plus she has had work shown in the Butler Museum Midyear Shows, OH; the National Academy of Design, NY; and the National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylic, NY. Her paintings have often been included in the traveling exhibitions associated with these shows. She has won many awards in national and regional exhibitions. Her work has been published in The Artist’s Magazine and in books published by Rockport Publishers, Inc.
Artist Statement: Although I enjoy landscapes and figurative work, still lifes and Christian art represent the main body of my work. Whenever possible I like to combine these two loves into a theme or story in my paintings. Sound design with intricate patterns and rich colors hold my interest the most. I am especially fond of painting aerial views of my arrangements. This unique perspective blends the background patterns seamlessly with the subject matter, interweaving the negative and positive shapes into a delightfully rhythmic story. The inspiration for a new painting can be anything from a visual stimulus, a song, a word, a memory, nature, or a whisper from Above. I am blessed to have been “born to paint”.
It would be a long stretch to claim the art I produce is anything new and unprecedented. Its roots go into every major art movement since the Impressionist of the late 19th century to minimalism of the late 1960’s. Each period holds a certain amount of fascination for me. I make no attempt to conceal that I am resifting and reevaluating ideas that have previously existed. I vacillate from one to another, each for a short period of time. Then returning to another when I get ideas that fit.
The “realism” of my work is putting what I see in my mind’s eye into graphic images so others see and share them. I feel these images are more real than what others see in a landscape, still life or portrait. They interpret what they see, which is well and good; however, I reproduce exactly what I see in my mind’s eye. I like to think my art is for all to enjoy, not just the art connoisseur.
There are threads that run through all my two dimensional work; design, bold use of color and both visual and/or tactile texture. Subject matter, though frequently quite visible, is subordinate to the process.
My materials are all traditional; paper, canvas and wood for substratums, pencil, markers, paint, crayon, colored pencils, and Art Stix to produce the images.
My three dimensional work usually reflects the Minimal concepts that combine Dada and Bauhaus influences. 3D materials include steel, wood, plastics, and a few fabrics; held together by adhesives, fasteners, and welding. The minimal 3D pieces are each an end to themselves and sometimes lay in a borderline between art and non-art. I seek what art can do when only art is the question.
I don’t take myself too seriously. Nothing I do really attempts to connect to social issues or movements. My art is nothing more than satisfying my desire to translate images in my mind to images others can see and hopefully enjoy, and if enjoyed enough perhaps someone will make a purchase.
More of my work may be seen on my website: www.paintings-sculpture.com.
Educational Background: Ph.D., Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; M.Ed., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA; B.S. in Ed., Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH
Professor of Art Emeritus, School of Art, Kent State University, Kent, OH Art Teacher, Tallmadge City Schools, Tallmadge, OH.
My work has been accepted in shows at the Akron Art Museum, Canton Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Massillon Museum, the Butler Institute of American Art, and in many galleries across Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
Among the collections holding examples of my work are the Canton Museum of Art, Canton, OH; Ceramics Monthly Magazine, Columbus, OH; Muskingum College, New Concord, OH; American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, CA; and the Massillon Museum, Massillon, OH.
My intent is to make pots that are unique and vigorous in appearance. To do that, I sketch ideas and plan with care, exploring possibilities that reflect my aesthetic priorities while also challenging the expressive potential of clay.
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