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  • Judy Fox – Worm 2. 2011 aqua-resin and casein
  • Judy Fox – Octopus2
  • Judy Fox – Venus sculpture
  • Judy Fox – Squid1
  • Judy Fox – Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien
  • Judy Fox – Rapunzel 1998 – Terra cota, Casien
  • Judy Fox – Large Octopus 1. 2011 aqua – resin and casein
  • Judy Fox – portrait

Judy Fox Sculptures

Judy Fox Sculptures – Ceramic sculptor working in New York .
She is represented by PPOW gallery in New York, and at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Europe. A complete catalogue of figurative sculpture from 1990 to 2005 is available, edited by Austrian critic Barbara Wally.

She is best known for her fired clay figures of nude children that are realistically painted with casein paint. Her sculptures of children address child sexuality, and her meticulously detailed adult nudes reflect her interest in feminist issues.

Judy Fox - Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien

Judy Fox – Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien

  • Sarah Louise Davey – Night Shade
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Harpy
  • Sarah Louise Davey – High Towers and Deep Wells
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Blood Flower
  • Sarah Louise Davey – fascinating sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Foxglove
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Feral – Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood / Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Crab’s Eye
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculpture in progress

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey. (USA)

Sarah Louise Davey - Buttercup sculpture

Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture

Disturbing beautiful sculptures by Sarah Louise Davey are painted ceramic, embodying creatures with tortured, glazed stares, and strange growths either covering their eyes or framing them like sick, rotten petals of flesh carved out around an astonishingly open iris. They look like paintings on porcelain, and the bold, dark lines sketching their features out against the chalky whiteness of the ceramic hold a horrific and fascinating quality. 

Inquietantes sculptures de Sarah Louise Davey, incarnant des créatures torturées, aux regards vitreux, avec souvent des excroissances étranges – couvrant les yeux ou la bouche. Ses sculptures ont un aspect porcelaine, une blancheur crayeuse leur donnant une aura nauséabonde et fascinante.

  • lisa clague sculptures
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • lisa clague sculptures (usa)
  • lisa clague sculptures (usa)
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture Seductive dream
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture Seductive dream
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture
  • Lisa Clague – sculptures
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • Lisa Clague Antoinette Sculpture (casting slip:mixed media) 12 x 4.5 x 5.5
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • lisa clague sculptures – portrait
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures Light and Darkness
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures hybrid

Lisa Clague Sculptures

Lisa Clague Sculptures (USA) figuratif

lisa clague sculptures figuratives

  • A Lion Of Fire Pouncing On The Man ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • View from Cosmic Praise Tower Looking Toward The Man ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Shark Art Car – Mutant Vehicle ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Colorful Mutant Vehicle – Art Car ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Bike Bridge by Michael Christian ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Barbie Death Camp Art ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Alien Siege Machine by Dan Fox ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Aerial View Burning Man 2014 During Embrace Burn ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Aerial View Burning Man 2014 During Embrace Burn ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Burning Man 2014 Photos – ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Burning Man 2014 Photos – ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON

Burning man. A city in the desert.

Burning man. A city in the desert. A culture of possibility. A network of dreamers and doers.

Burning Man 2014 Photos - ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON

Le festival Burning Man est une grande rencontre artistique qui se tient chaque année dans le désert de Black Rock au Nevada.
Elle a lieu la dernière semaine d’août, le premier lundi de septembre étant férié aux États-Unis. C’est Larry Harvey qui a proposé en 1986 la crémation festive d’un mannequin géant sur la plage de Baker Beach, qui fait face au Golden Gate Bridge à San Francisco. En 1990, l’événement est déplacé dans le Nevada pour permettre l’accueil, dans une sorte de ville temporaire en plein désert, d’installations (Art Camps) et de participants (Burners) de plus en plus nombreux. (Source: wikipedia)

“Burning Man est aussi bien un rendez-vous interlope pour vieux hippies ou fêtards de San Francisco que pour l’élite technologique de la Silicon Valley.”

C’est Woodstock et la Biennale de Venise réunis, la ruée vers l’Ouest et la plus grande rave party du monde : c’est Burning Man, le festival qui surpeuple chaque année le désert du Nevada, ou l’expression la plus anarchique de l’optimisme américain. Un concentré de l’énergie pure de la côte Ouest et de l’immense richesse des États-Unis.
Venus du monde entier, des centaines d’artistes bâtissent d’immenses chars éphémères sur des charpentes de bois, des voitures-sculptures, des véhicules mutants, des yachts des sables qui vont croiser dans le désert pendant la semaine de cette fête qui ne s’arrête jamais… Ponctuée par la mise à feu spectaculaire de ces édifices, à l’aube ou au coucher du soleil, devant des dizaines de milliers de fans exaltés. Tant qu’il dure, Burning Man est sans doute la plus monumentale exposition de sculptures au monde. Et pourtant, chaque année, quand s’achève le mois d’août, il n’en reste plus rien. (Lire la suite sur lefigaro.fr)

Le theme du rassemblement 2015 sera “Carnival of Mirrors. (380 $ l’entrée en 2014… hmm)

  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Dowager Countess doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Bride of Frankenstein sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Bride of Frankenstein Art doll
  • Dustin Poche – Lypsinka doll sculptures
  • Dustin Poche – Lypsinka Art dolls
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – portrait – Art dolls sculpteur
  • Dustin Poche – portrait – Art dolls sculpteur

Art dolls sculptures by Dustin Poché

Art dolls sculptures by Dustin Poché. (USA)

Dustin Poche - Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture

Dustin Poché a fait ses études à l’Institut d’Art Colorado. Il puise son inspiration dans son amour de la mode et de son expérience à New York, où son travail impliquait la creation de costumes et d’illustrations dans l’industrie de la mode.
Ses premieres expériences dans le domaine a commencé avec la restauration de poupées de boudoir de 1920, qu’il expose et qui ont été plébiscitées.
J’ai beaucoup appris en travaillant sur des poupées anciennes, mais il y avait quelque chose qui me manquait dans le résultat final. J’ai donc sculpté des personnages avec des visages plus expressifs, avec plus d’émotions. “
Son inspiration vient d’expériences personnelles. « Mes pièces sont très personnelles et je dois être investis dans le concept … L’idée commence par une idée claire dans ma tête, commence alors mon travail  en argile, et avec différents autres médias que j’essaie pour créer de nouveaux effets “.
L’artiste aime travailler avec des textiles anciens et autres fibres naturelles pour créer les vêtements. L’utilisation de ces matériaux uniques ajoute à l’authenticité de ses sculptures.
Son travail a été inclus dans des publications artistiques et exposé.
J’aime le regard des gens et leur reaction sur mon travail. C’est cette émotion qui me pousse à continuer à évoluer en tant qu’artiste“.

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Dustin Poche’ is a Midwestern multimedia artist who creates original sculptures and one of a kind fine art figures. He was formally educated at the Colorado Institute of Art. He draws inspiration from his love of period fashion and his work experience in New York, where his career involved costume design, textiles and illustration within the fashion industry.
His first venture into the figure and sculpting world began with the restoration of boudoir dolls, circa 1920. He exhibited those early works and they were received with much excitement and admiration.
“I learned a lot while working with the antique dolls, but there was something missing in the end result. I imagined characters with more expressive faces, emotions,and gestures. To bring these characters to light, I realized I had to begin sculpting them.”
His ideas come from many sources; personal experiences, emotions, and unique findings. Poche’ comments, “My pieces are very personal and I must be invested in the concept… The idea begins as an unclear image in my head which is brought into focus as the figure evolves. My work is currently done in paper clay but I’m always trying different mediums to create new effects.”
Poche’ likes to work with antique and vintage materials to create the clothing. He feels the use of these unique materials adds to the authenticity of the figure and he enjoys working with natural fibers.
Poche’s work has been included in artistic publications and exhibited at art shows. He truly enjoys sharing his sculptures with others.
“I’m thankful for those who enjoy my work and I look forward to creating for many years to come. It brings me great joy to see people react to my art. Every reaction means a piece has evoked an emotion and that’s what drives me to continue to evolve as an artist.”

  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition1
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Earthenware-oil-paint-underglaze-glaze
  • Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flowers sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – portrait / Sculpture of Clayton Keyes

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures. (USA)

Rebekah Bogard started drawing animals when she was growing up in Wyoming, and she never stopped, not even as a grad student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Rebekah Bogard - Sculptures

Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures

“I enjoy utilizing animals because they are beautiful and mysterious creatures, vulnerable to relations with humans. This susceptibility gives them a sense of benevolence that is often lacking in human associations….Some pieces look cute, sweet and innocent, but upon closer inspection, one realizes that the piece is conceptually more complicated. They may be read simultaneously as happy-go-lucky as well as melancholic and out of place. I blend the beautiful with the sad, fantasy with reality, idealism with truth as well as the sexual with the innocent.”

  • Becky Grismer – sculpture Host
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture roots

Becky Grismer Art

Becky Grismer Art – sculptures, watercolor & acrylics (USA)

Becky Grismer - sculpture New Skin

Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin

Sculptures New Skin is part of a series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. New Skin III represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans naturally exfoliating their skin. The sculpture is made entirely from birch and hickory shag bark. Both are trees that naturally shed their bark or “skin”.

 

  • Adonna Khare Artist – wolfes
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Chimps
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Sleeping-Chimp
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresques Murales
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque lions
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Murale ours
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque éléphants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist
  • Adonna portrait – fresques murales

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare, Southern California Based Artist. !!!

  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture -Currents – 2013 Aqua Resin, Urethane Resin, Steel, Wood, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture -Currents – 2013 Aqua Resin, Urethane Resin, Steel, Wood, Acrylic detail
  • Cameron Stalheim – Carnage sculpture – bronze

Cameron Stalheim sculptures

Cameron Stalheim sculptures (USA)

  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Main course – Mixed media sculpture
  • George Lafayette – the bull / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Spirit guide / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Seeker Bronze / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette  / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – sculpture- Lady with a destiny – ceramic / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – I love you sculpture / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Horns / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time back / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – figurative bronze
  • George Lafayette – portrait artist / Figuratives sculptures

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette. (USA)

George Lafayette - RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

“Inspirations for my sculptures come from my inner feelings about life, rebirth, and spiritual mysticism.  They are the reflections and interpretation of my life experiences.  Some of the shows I have exhibited at are:  Sausalito Art Fair, Beverly Hills-Affairs in the Garden, Golden Sculpture Association, La Quinta Art Festival, Malibu Art Show, Cherry Creek Art Festival, and Scottsdale Art Festival.  I have been awarded first place in figurative sculpture in GSA and Affairs in the Garden.  I have been commisssioned to do private work for some of my clients.”

  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures1
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Examine – sculpture
  • Nancy Kubale – sculpture LOOKING, 2016
  • Nancy Kubale – sculptures 2017
  • Nancy Kubale – portrait studio sculptures

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale. (USA)

Nancy Kubale - Sculptures figuratives

Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives

In a body of work there is a common thread of expression and exploration that binds it together.  My sculpture addresses the pursuit of Truth (trying to figure out what and how things really are) .  I am intrigued by what we think, do and say, by who we are and how we live and the ideologies we embrace.

  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure effloresco 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure Nepethese 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure botanical
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure 2011
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical sculptures
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical No 3
  • Leigh Michelson – sculptures

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson (USA)

Leigh Taylor Mickelson - Lure albiflora

Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora

“My ceramic sculpture explores the different components of self, sexuality and family, and how these components relate and conflict with one another. I use forms from nature, especially ones found in plant life, as a means of expressing these components. Being full of dichotomy, the elements of natural forms act as a metaphor for the spiritual, emotional and physical extremes that exist within our selves, our love relationships and our family units. 

The Lure and Botanical Duet series give homage to one of the most recent inspirations for my work: a plant’s will to pollinate. For me, the private “business” of flowering plants reveals a world that mimics human interaction to a fascinating degree. In addition, the forms found inside plants, once magnified, divulge a beauty that is regrettably unseen by the naked eye. In my work, I aim to capture the essence of these organic forms, reveal their beauty, and hence celebrate nature’s will to attract and therefore produce.”

  • Leah Brown – Wolfie sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman – head / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown – Birth of a Whisper / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Wolfie / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown, proche de l’univers de Patricia Piccinini – Sculptures hyper-realistes ou s’en rapprochant..

Leah Brown sculptures - Borderland

Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland – 2014 Exhibition at the University of Miami’s Wynwood Gallery

“La “mentalité archaïque” est caractérisée par la croyance que les humains peuvent avoir une claire conscience d’eux-mêmes en confrontant à ce qu’est une personne et en même temps à ce qu’elle n’est pas. Cette confrontation, dans de nombreuses cultures, se produit par le rêve ou dans un état illusoire, lesquels projettent le rêveur dans des corps inconnus et des situations.
Les œuvres que je présente ici sont les représentations visuelles de cette idée de transformation et de leurs conséquences, et des tentatives de comprendre visuellement la nature de ma propre réalité .
Les installations sont constituées de restes récupérés sur les routes : coton, paille pour fonder des vêtements et des ordures .
Mes sculptures sont comme les habitants de ces paysages traversés, les personnages y sont des versions métamorphosés. Les “femmes” que je crée sont symboliquement des amalgames d’archétypes féminins et de symboles personnels modifiés, elles sont composés de pièces de fonderie de mes propres parties du corps mélangés avec des objets trouvés et sculptés. Mon intention est de modifier la perception de leur environnement et de les sortir de leurs cadres ordinaires afin de leur donner l’expérience d’être transporté dans un autre monde.
Lorsq’une personne remet en question sa propre réalité, même pour un instant, l’expérience devient inoubliable, et j’ai accompli quelque chose de beaucoup plus important qu’une simple combinaison de matériaux ici.”

Archaic mentality is characterized by the belief that humans can gain a clear consciousness of themselves by confronting what a person is and simultaneously is not. This confrontation, in many cultures, occurs within the dream or in an illusory state, whereby the dreamer projects herself into unfamiliar bodies and situations. The works that I am presenting here are the visual representations of this idea of transformation and consequence, and are attempts at visually understanding the nature of my own reality.
The installations are made up of the American roadside’s leftovers which constitute my personal landscape with everything from cotton and straw to found clothing and trash. The sculptures are like the denizens of these landscape in the way that in dreams, the characters therein are modified versions of the self. The usually female figures I create are symbolically modified amalgams of feminine archetypes and personal symbols, and are composed of castings of my own body parts blended with found and sculpted objects. My intention is to alter my viewers’ perceptions of their surroundings, taking them out of their ordinary frames of mind and giving them the experience of being transported into another world. When a person questions their own reality for even a moment, the experience becomes unforgettable, and I have accomplished something much greater than a mere combination of materials.

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  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse / In progress
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – horses sculpture
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Beautiful Together – Bronze – Horses Sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – portrait

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh, born 1973 – USA

Stephanie Revennaugh - Horses sculptures

Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures

I model form because it is the most natural way for me to express an idea or feeling. I model the horse because its form has been imprinted into my consciousness through long hours of  interaction, focused observation and drawing.   While I am fascinated with the beauty and elegance of equine design, it is the sensitive spirit of the horse which invites exploration of more abstract deeper meanings.  Striving towards goals and seeking adventure juxtaposed to finding peace and serenity are themes that appear in my work, alongside thoughts on a gregarious social life versus introspective solitude.

  • Gottfried Helnwein – The Murmur of the Innocents 25 – oil & acrylic on canvas 2011 – 200 x 342cm
  • Helnwein working on serie Sleep paintings, 2010
  • Gottfried Helnwein – painting
  • Gottfried Helnwein – The Golden Age 1 – feat Marilyn Manson2
  • Paradise and the Peri Helnwein
  • Gottfried Helnwein – The Golden Age 1 – feat Marilyn Manson
  • Gottfried Helnwein – Murmur of the Innocents 13 – 2009 – 220 x 330cm, mixed media (oil and acrylic on canvas)
  • Gottfried Helnwein – portrait

Awfull and sensible World of Gottfried Helnwein

Awfull and sensible World of Gottfried Helnwein, (né le 8 octobre 1948 à Vienne) est un artiste d’origine autrichienne, performer, dessinateur, peintre, et photographe.


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