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Artist of Color; Visual Arts: Illustration, Painting
Rebecca Entrican is a 21-year-old, Chinese American painter and illustrator, based in Indy. She received her BFA in Painting from Herron School of Art & Design with High Distinction in 2021.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Murals, Painting
Brinton Farrand graduated from Carmel High School, Carmel, Indiana. He received a teaching degree from Purdue University and a Masters in Art Education from DePauw University. He taught High School Art and Photography in Mooresville, Indiana. In 2011, Farrand was the recipient of a Lilly Foundation Teacher’s grant, studying classical realism at Studio Escalier in France for three months with Timothy Stotz and Michelle Tully. After retiring in 2014, he studied painting at Herron Art School in Indianapolis with Professor Marc Jacobson and independently with artist David Slonim. He continually expands his skills through classes and experimenting with different styles, and is currently influenced by graffiti and tattoo artists.
Acceleration Gallery, Indianapolis Rapp Family Gallery, Indianapolis 5547 Gallery, Indianapolis Artbank, Indianapolis CCA Gallery, Zionsville Arts Illiana Gallery, Terre Haute
Delaware Arts Festival, Delaware Ohio Wammfest, Greenwood Indiana Irvington Halloween Festival, Indianapolis Indiana Fountain Square Art Squared, Indianapolis, Indiana The Road Show, Arts Illiana Gallery, Terre Haute, Indiana Fruit Salad, Fletcher Place Arts, Indianapolis, Indiana Vonnegut Show, Phoenix Theater, Indianapolis, Indiana
Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Functional and/or Decorative, Mixed Media, New Media/Technology, Sculpture
The sculpture is arrived through the manipulation of translucent aluminum mesh which is sculpted using original folding techniques developed many centuries in Japan. Each individual sculpture is assembled from pieces numbering just a few into the hundreds.
Each piece is custom painted with low VOC enamel paint to ensure durability and color. Custom Lighting can be included to give the illuminated sculptures a radiant glow and pattern the surrounding areas.
The lightweight kinetic sculpture ranges from 2’to 60′ in height.
The Sculpture is my expression of the transcendence of all unseen things. Those moments when we as human beings recognize the this moment is all we have. To arrive at that moment requires that all thinking stop. While studing Islamic Art I discovered that the geometric forms allowed the viewer to slow down and become still, and through their stillness the unseen became seen and transcendence could occur.
Through this transcendence the recognition of the “moment” allows peace and a end to suffering.
“Passion”, 2003, Aluminum Mesh, 24″x36″ “Thirst for Desire”, 2003, Aluminum Mesh, 40″x120″ “Waiting for The Sun to Rise”, 2002, Aluminum Mesh, 48″x240″ Aluminum sculpture, aluminum, abstract, expressionistic, hanging, palm leaves
Visual Arts: Painting
With exuberant color and texture this awarded impressionist painter reinterprets a joyful world.
Visual Arts: Sculpture; Public Art
Kenzie Funk is a sculptor and fabricator who creates metal sculptures; ranging from wall installations to large scale public art.
Over the years, Kenzie has produced multiple permeant and temporary public structures throughout the city of Indianapolis. Her collections include: Divine Light 2019 at Garfield Park, Escaping the Gravitational Pulls 2018 through Common Grounds Project at Herron Galleries, and Journey Through Life 2017 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
I’m a queer artist & photographer, with a portrait studio in downtown Indianapolis.
With my studio, I specialize in portraits, headshots, personal branding and event photography for solopreneurs, small businesses and non-profits.
As a photographic artist, I experiment with light & shadows, creative abstractions and artistic interpretations of the world around me. I love to photograph nature, the nude form, street life and performance art, including show choirs, dance & drag queens.
I am also a photographic artist, with original prints for sale. My original fine art is available on my website or at https://todd-fuqua.pixels.com/
Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Functional and/or Decorative, Painting
I am a retired gentleman who has always been artistic and creative, but in the past 2-3 years, I have developed a technique to create unique works of art on glass that has been well received at art fairs and through various open houses, resulting in purchases and enthusiastic patrons. I am seeking to expand my exposure.
I am not savvy with technology, so I rely on a friend for email communications, Facebook posts, etc. Her name is Marcia Wirt, and she will be happy to assist with communications. I am also deaf, which makes phone conversations difficult.
Note: My address is in Camby, IN 46113 which could not be populated in the address field.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
The youngest of three, I grew up in a small town outside of Ann Arbor Michigan. I came to Indiana for college (to please my Grandmother who lived in Fishers at the time) and I never left. I am an art teacher and have been teaching since Fall ’06. I currently teach on the North Side at a College Prep High School. This year I have also been blessed with an Eli Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship Grant. With this grant I am taking up residency at the Stutz building in suite A-275 where I will be continuing my journey of discovering happiness through canvas and paper. I live in Westfield with my husband and two little boys.
Graphic Arts; Multi Arts; Visual Arts: Crafts, Graphic Arts, Illustration, Media and Visual Communications, Mixed Media, Murals, New Media/Technology, Painting, Textiles, Works on paper
Mary Gillot is a writer, artist, and illustrator living in Indianapolis. She has also lived in San Diego, Nashville, and Portland, and is originally from Washington, DC. Growing up with parents who were passionate about art, and traveling throughout the United States and Mexico have uniquely colored her creative vision.
She received her Associate of Arts from the University of Maryland and her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Illustration from the Herron School of Art and Design at Indiana University. Her work has appeared in Genesis Magazine, Tributaries Magazine, The Tipton Poetry Journal, and Prick of the Spindle, in addition to books from Crown Publishing Group, Wiley Publishing, Compass Learning, and many others. She is the author and illustrator of three children’s books available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. She will finish a third book this year.
Visual Arts: Sculpture; Kinetic
Born and raised in Indianapolis, I was always fascinated with mechanical objects. I used to take things apart to see how they worked, and I loved trying to fix things or build simple machines, whether they were Lego, Erector set, or something home brewed with dad’s expert assistance to ensure success.
I didn’t go to art school, selling myself short in my youth and assuming my talent wasn’t up to par. However, my love of mechanics continued to guide my life, and my English and Journalism double major was supposed to get me a job writing for Hot Rod Magazine where I would presumable live out the entirety of my professional career.
At the not-quite-so-young age of 35 I realized I’d not become the writer I wanted to be, nor was I doing something that I passionately believed in. I started a grand search to figure out what that was, assuming that it would likely lead me back to writing. However, a chance encounter with kinetic sculpture at the Indy Children’s Museum proved to change the course of my life, and by age 38 I realized that rolling ball sculpture was my aim. I found I could blend both my desire to be creative with crafting works from metal that actually moved in a most captivating fashion.
I was terrified of the idea of trying to be a full-time artist, as that seemed less than responsible, but I was far too taken with it to set it aside. Ten years later, having learned to weld and cycled through several jobs that would teach me better metal working skills, I left my day job to work full time creating rolling ball sculpture.
Visual Arts: Printmaking, Works on paper
Becky Heimann is a printmaker and book maker from Indianapolis, Indiana. She graduated from Ball State University in 2007 with a Bachelors in Fine Art and an emphasis in printmaking and books arts. Becky is passionate about the environment, and her work often celebrates the breathless beauty of our world. Her work is not meant to be a literal reflection of nature, but rather an emotional response to its ineffable beauty. Becky also takes inspiration from fairy tales and folk tales and is currently working on a book series that reimagines the visual elements of tales from around the world.
Visual Arts: Illustration, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor
Hirschten is a contemporary expressionist painter, author and public speaker. She teaches painting in her studio located in the historic Cottage Home Neighborhood.
Hirschten earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from Appalachian State University graduating in the year 2000. Over the years, the style and purpose behind her paintings has changed drastically from abstract expressionist work, that was focuses on art therapy influences; to impressionism, that reveres the sacred beauty of the natural world.
While working as an art teacher, Hirschten compiled the book “The Alchemy of Art: Stories for the Classroom” which includes more than fifty folktales about artists and the creative process. Her second book “The Alchemy of Painting: Developing Your Style and Purpose” is an instructional how-to guidebook for beginning painters. Hirschten hosts the podcast “The Alchemy of Art” sharing art stories and philosophy with artists around the world.
Visual Arts: Graphic Arts, Illustration, Murals, Painting, Works on paper; Poster Design, Character Design
I have always been drawing. Some of my first memories are of me in church and getting too restless and my mom would hand me a receipt and a pen and let me draw instead of waggling my legs at top speeds. Then I drew on my schoolwork, the teachers had mixed reviews on the finished products since a good deal of the time it covered up more “important” stuff like math. Agree to disagree, in my opinion. But I never stopped and it never got boring. Toys and games and other interests have come and gone, but I’ve never put down the pencil.
A lot of artists don’t admit they first and foremost draw for themselves, I definitely do and it took a long time and more than one round of self-examination to understand that. My perspective is slightly different because I typically draw things for a younger version of myself. I frequently think, “What would me at 7 years old want to see?” and create that, my tastes as a child leaned heavily toward the fantasy and horror genres and still do. I usually end up with images of monsters or animals in bright colors using much-loved influences from street art, animation, and tattoo flash. I’m also academically trained and use color theory and compositional fundamentals to hone these monsters and critters into more polished works than what I used to make on notebook paper in school.
In the past, I have tried to do other jobs and start multiple other careers, but lost interest in each one with time, but art never got boring. It got scary, it got difficult, and it got incredibly stressful in a multitude of ways, but never boring. I never want to stop creating and never intend to and am looking forward to making all the goofy-looking creatures in all the loud colors until my hands fall off.
Graphic Arts; Media; Multi Arts; Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Crafts, Functional and/or Decorative, Graphic Arts, Illustration, Media and Visual Communications, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
My personal life experiences inform a great deal of the content and concepts of my art. The
human experience has always fascinated me – whether these experiences are had within the
context of our natural environment, the landscape of our internal minds, or within the
context of other humans. Who and what humanity is and how we as humans identify
ourselves is also a question that many of my works address. I also explore the many ups and
downs that are experienced in the physical, mental, and spiritual realms as creatures living
and present within the world.
Much of the imagery I use has focused on the human figure due to reflecting on the
concepts of the human identity and what it means to be human. This ideology evolves into
questioning individual identity as it pertains to the self and how the self is expressed within
society and culture. The imposed identities that are experienced on an individual level as
well as the compulsory identities that individuals may be given by society are reflected and
explored within my work. As a gay man growing up in conservative areas, I have known this
type of experience first-hand and seek to identify and expose the various identities I see
given to individuals through my work.
Although some of my pieces explore the darker side of the human experience, I also believe
that this experience is one of wonder and whimsy often fraught with confusion and
misunderstanding. Having worked in the communications industry in customer service for
the last thirteen years, often times my pieces illustrate a misunderstanding or
miscommunication that might be experienced when communicating an idea from one mind
James W. Hubbard
Visual Arts: Printmaking, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
My art education has been a life-long passion. As a child, I was always experimenting with unconventional materials. Today my playfulness is a bit more focused and refined. Since retiring as an elementary art teacher in June 2008, I have concentrated on creating a portfolio of original limited edition art prints. I am currently artist-in-residence at Robin Run Retirement Community, Indianapolis where I work with a group of talented seniors. I am the 2017-19 President of Indiana Artists Organization. I maintain my print studio, Thorntown Press, at 137 South Pearl Street~ Thorntown, Indiana.
“My prints are conceived as a soul sanctuary where viewers can quietly contemplate the pulse and poetry of nature~ transformational patterns within land, water, and sky. A story unfolds within the wake of both etched and relief lines that move in an arc of rhythmic energy. My art is both idealistic and romantic, traveling the trajectory of my experience and perspective.”
James Hubbard- Indiana print artist
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting
How fortunate I was to teach public school art for twenty two years. My goal was to promote my students’ art, to build their esteem, and to facilitate in scholarship programs. Now retired after a total of 42 years in various levels of education, I travel a hopeful path as an artist. It is time to promote my own art! As of late, I’ve been experimenting and developing my skills and processes. I find inspiration everywhere I look, and that inevitably filters down to my work. Delight finds me when I look closely at small sections of buildings, vegetation, and every day things we take for granted. As I perceive the image and move my interpretation to canvas or paper, I stretch what is typically a structured image into color experimentation using arbitrary, analogous, and complimentary colors.
Sharon Jiskra Brooks
Visual Arts: Architectural Illustration, Illustration, Painting, Photography
Sharon Jiskra Brooks is an artist from Chicago, IL now living in Indianapolis, IN. Sharon works primarily in Oils and Acrylics. Growing up with a father who was a professional photographer, she was immersed in seeing things differently.
Sharon’s paintings embrace both the city life and the rural life that surrounds her home now. Her degree in Graphic Design from Ball State University and her studies abroad in Europe allowed her to appreciate the arts on a deeper level.
You can see Sharon’s work at Gallery 116 in Fishers, IN or on her website.
Degree – Graphic Design, BFA – Ball State University.
Hoosier Salon Member. Society of Environmental Graphic Designers (SEGD)
Artist of Color; Black/African American; Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Crafts, Functional and/or Decorative, Graphic Arts, Illustration, Mixed Media, Painting, Works on paper
My name is Cierra Johnson and I am an artist. I advocate for whole humanity through visual representation. I have been drawing all my life. I was first exposed to fine arts through the public school system in Indianapolis. My personal practice is in painting & illustration. I love simple, effective design and bring a clean, tactile aesthetic to my work that emphasizes the human element.
Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Graphic Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Textiles, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
Paul Johnson is a graduate of the Herron School of Art and Design located in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a printmaking major specializing in lithography with a minor in art history. His work includes both prints as well as paintings focusing on process, color, and the human figure. Paul has exhibited his work in a number of juried exhibitions including the Indianapolis Arts Center student show, where he received best of printmaking 2015, and The Water Show at Gallery 924. Most recently Paul and a group of his peers held their climatic thesis exhibition “KLPT” at the Circle South Gallery in Fountain Square, welcoming the public in to view their newest creations.
Visual Arts; Photography, Graphite Drawing, Figure Drawing, Charcoal, Printmaking, Mixed Media, Ink, Alcohol Ink, Inktense, Upcycled Art
Michelle Kerschner-Crow Artist CV
Literary Arts; Performing Arts: Storytelling; Visual Arts: Conservation/Restoration, Crafts, Illustration, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
Nasreen copyedits for a living, and writes poetry and paints to stay sane. She grew up in West Africa and Indonesia and moved to the wide and gritty American Midwest by way of New York City. She and her toddler son live in their bungalow on Indianapolis’ Near Westside. On a Friday night she can be found cooking various organ meats or chasing down a stellar mint julep.
Ann W King
Oil, pastel, pen and ink, pencil, collage, acrylic, watercolor
Ann W. King opened A King’s Art Studio and Gallery at 60 E. Cedar St. Zionsville, IN 46077 in January 2001. Ann is a juried show award winning artist in both painting and jewelry. She represents 3 other juried show award winning artists in the gallery presenting a wide range of styles and media. Ann also does restoration of small china, wood, painting and jewelry objects.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor; Art retreat leader
I’m a visual teaching artist specializing in art retreats. My present series of paintings in process is about reconciliation. Eight large panels present a canopy in each color of the light spectrum with different groups of children underneath. The last one will culminate in white signifying the union of all into one- that union itself being a refuge for all peoples. I’m also developing and offering art retreats based on the Liturgy of the Hours – used a a conceptual template for expressive art, color theory and values. Contemplation of the seasons of life combined with times of the day from Vigils to vespers provide content for imaginative, guided projects. Other areas are portraits and commissions and fresh work for home staging.
Visual Arts: Illustration, Media and Visual Communications, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Sculpture, Works on paper; Woodworking
Lightning wielding, mixed media artist Kyle Krauskopf creates like other people breathe. He has spent most of his life in the pursuit of artistic endeavor. Originally from a small town in Indiana this vagabond creative has taken his drive many places; most notably Seattle WA for the past 5 years as well as several European countries when he backpacked through them in 2017. He recently retuned to his home state to construct a “base of operations” for the newly developed goal of displaying in as many places throughout the world as possible. Equipped with a sense of wonder and knack for creativity since birth, Krauskopf has always been drawing and creating. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ball State University, where he learned what it was like to be around other creatives and was instilled with a drive to contribute something “new” to the world of art. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Krauskopf has gotten into the habit of self-imposed, year long artistic goals. The most notable of which was in 2015 when he decided to design and craft a new wooden animal each day of the year with his trusty scroll saw. 365 Days of Wood made the artist realize he places very little before commitment to his craft; that with dedication, persistence, and lots of hard work he could create impressive and wondrous works. His work was recently featured in the national lifestyle magazine Vie, in tandem with an interview by editor Jordan Staggs. The work featured is of his Visual Vomit series. These pieces can best be described as heavily emotive pictorial menageries. Each piece strives to marry realistic depiction of people, places, and things, with less detailed, but powerfully colored objects. These pieces typically “radiate” from a centrally located theme or idea. Repetition, color, size, detail, and shape all go into the process of achieving a visual balance. Krauskopf also conceived of the Virago Artist Collective, an international artist collaboration striving to highlight powerful and influential women throughout history. The team consists of 13 artists and features a new personality and artist every month for the year of 2018, after which the whole body of work is to be shipped to each participants’ city for a showing of the collection. When Krauskopf isn’t having delusions of grandeur or conceiving of his next unrealistic challenge he can be found seeking out new and interesting conversation or enjoying a glass of gin.
Graphic Arts; Media; Visual Arts: Film, Media and Visual Communications, Murals, Painting, Photography
“I am a commercial advertising photographer/videographer with the desire of fine art interpretation. I always look at what more I can bring to make the image feel and speak to the viewer. To me, there is nothing more satisfying than selling a piece of art to someone that will admire it every day.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting, Works on paper
Basically I want to present things in their realistic state. To do this it meant to draw things based on the four basic shapes. I learned this from the book How to Draw What You See. I would often pick up books on art instruction these would include step by step drawing but I learned not to copy.
Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Graphic Arts, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media/Technology, Painting, Printmaking; tattoo art
Hiya! I am a recent transplant to this rad city, Bloomington In. I’m a 37 year old professional tattoo artist/painter/illustrator. My work centers on all things nerdy, sci-fi, and horrific, and i tend to use a more vibrant palette. Check out my work or schedule an appointment with me at WWW.CHRISMCVILLAIN.COM, I am always looking for collaborators, shows to submit to or host, projects, and all professionals otherwise interested in similar arts and visual debauchery, and I am always open to commission!
Sara Steffey McQueen
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
Sara Steffey McQueen
8755 S. Rockport Rd.
Bloomington, IN 47403
1964-1968 Indiana University B.A. major in printmaking, drawing, and photography with a minor in Art History.
1968 Notre Dame University independent printmaking workshop.
1983-1985 K-12 Indiana Teacher certification.
1988-1992 Indiana University School of Fine Arts M.A.T. Printmaking Department.
2016 Art of Allowing Certification http:// www.Flora Aube.com
EXHIBITIONS and AWARDS
1968-1972 awarded Kappa Kappa Kappa scholarship for artistic merit
1991 Georgia College Invitational Print Exhibition
1991 Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design juried exhibition
1992 McNeese 5th Works on Paper purchase award
1993 Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship 5 week travel in southwest U.S.A.
2009 Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship Travel in Great Britain
2009 Indiana Middle School Art Educator of the Year Art Education Association of Indiana
GALLERY REPRESENTATION & SOLO SHOWS
1991 Georgia College Invitational
1991 Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design / Wisconsin
1992 McNeese works on paper juried exhibition /Lake Charles, Louisiana
1993- present By Hand Gallery / Bloomington, IN
1994 Flashlight Gallery / John Waldron Arts Center / Bloomington, In
1995 Ripe Gallery / Bardstown Rd./ Louisville. KY
1996 Silent Auction / John Waldron Art Center / Bloomington, IN
1997 Daisybrain Gallery and Media Center / Bloomington, IN
1998– 2000 Indianapolis Museum of Art / Alliance Gallery / IN
1998 Lydia’s Gallery / 6th St. Bloomington, IN
1999- 2007 Curator and board of directors/Bellevue Gallery Bloomington, IN
2001 Rosemary P. Miller / Waldron Art Center / Bloomington , IN
2002 Inspiration Spiritual Art Gallery / Lexington, KY
2002 Artists Row / Bloomington, IN
2003 Rosemary P. Miller Gallery Waldron Art Center Bloomington In solo show
2003- 2009 Bellevue Gallery / group shows
2005 Wandering Turtle / Bloomington, IN solo show
2003 By Hand Gallery Bloomington, IN
2008 – present Bloomington Watercolor Society signature status
2010 The Women’s Institute and Gallery New Harmony, IN solo show
2011 Signature Status Watercolor Society of Indiana Juried Exhibit
2012 By Hand Gallery July featured artist solo show
2013 “Exquisite Uterus” Art of Resistance Project traveling Exhibit Madison, WI
2014 Published watercolors in The Artistic Touch 6 by Chris Unwin
2015 Solo Show the Venue Fine Arts and Gifts Bloomington, I
2016 “Living in Watercolor” featured artist Home & Lifestyle South Central Indiana Magazine / Bloomington, IN Vol.12 #5 June 2016
2016 Solo Exhibit “With the Elements” Convention Center, Bloomington, IN
1991 September – October issue cover photograph The Ryder Bloomington, IN
1992 McNeese Exhibition Catalog 5th Annual Works on Paper juried exhibition Louisiana, U.S.A. purchase award
1994 June 25 Arts & Entertainment Herald Times Newspaper review by Lydia Finklestein Bloomington, IN
1995 July-August Bloomington Voice “Some Phenomenal Bloomington Artists” Bloomington, IN
1997 Herald Times Arts & Entertainment review by Lydia Finklestein Bloomington, IN
1999 May Bloomington Independent image from “Venus Envy” Exhibit Bellevue Gallery Bloomington, IN
2000 December 10 Herald Times “On Exhibit” image White girl Voodoo Flag Bloomington, IN
2000 Looking Forward Monroe Bank Annual Report Bloomington, IN
2001 February18 Hoosier Times “On Exhibit” Rock Study #1Bloomington, IN
2002 May 12 Hoosier Times Fine Arts Review by Lydia Finklestein
2002 Fall Indiana Review cover art
2003 January 30 Indiana Daily Student review of Bloomington Breast Project
2003 August 15 The Scene Herald Times photo art
2006 December 3 Off the Wall Herald times feature
2007 June Indiana Daily Student review by Michelle Manchur
2012 July Indiana Daily Student review of By Hand Bloomington Exhibit
2014 The Artistic Touch 6 edited by Don Unwin
2015 Evansville Courier & Press review by Kelly Gifford
2016 “Living in Watercolor” featured artist Home & Lifestyle South Central Indiana Magazine / Bloomington, IN Vol.12 #5 June 2016
Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles, Visual Arts Instructor, Works on paper
Sarah Jayne Mercado began her craft of upcycling in her early teens after learning how to sew. For her, art is both about the processes and the experimentations. She practices collage, assemblage, abstraction, and all the things in between.
Sarah lives in Franklin, Indiana where she immerses into her studio life surrounded by the sounds of birds, dogs, and trains. The inspiration for her art comes from her encounters with unique people and their stories, the curiosities of various societies, and the despairing and wondrous moments experienced through the processes of living. Life is about the journey and Sarah plans to expand upon her life and the lives of others through our humanistic need to create.
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