Artist of Color; Black/African American; Multi Arts; Visual Arts: Crafts, Functional and/or Decorative, Glasswork, Illustration, Jewelry, Murals, Painting, Sculpture, Works on paper; Animated Art, Cartoons and Comics
My name is Rashae Hudson and Art is my life. My favorite thing to do is cartoons and animated characters, although I do all types of art. It is my passion to flourish into a full time artist, unleashing and sharing my art with the world.
Literary Arts; Multi Arts; Performing Arts: Actor/Actress, Radio/Television, Spoken Word, Theatre; Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Works on paper
One of my first memories is of sitting at my grandma’s coffee table with paper and crayons and learning about perspective from Bob Ross on the television. I specifically remember him painting railroad tracks disappearing into the horizon line.Of course, being a youthful five-year-old at the time, I didn’t quite understand what“horizon” or “perspective” meant. But after that afternoon drawing lesson, I knew I wanted to be an artist when I grew up.My parents supported my dreams by allowing me to take art lessons through elementary and high school. I won blue and red ribbons through the CYO talent fairs. Eventually, I felt confident enough to participate in the art contest at the State Fair, where I received an honorable mention for my work.But soon after starting college, I decided that I wanted to pursue a different form of art—acting. I studied acting both at Ball State, London, and Oxford. I moved out to Los Angeles where I was lucky enough to be a part of many different well-known and loved television and film productions. And after living the Cali life for eight years, I found myself still wanting more.In 2011, I made the decision to move back to Indianapolis to be closer to my family. That's when I started painting again. I painted to heal and feel whole again. And at the prodding of friends and family, I’ve begun a professional art career. My passion is to create art that speaks to people.Though I enjoy working with every medium—from watercolors to oils—my current favorite medium is acrylics. My inspiration includes Gustav Klimt, Johannes Vermeer, Vincent Van Gogh, and Claude Monet.
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.
Patricia D Jones
Multi Arts; Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Photography
I am a self taught artist, still in the learning process with mixed media as well as photography. I enjoy exploring in my art and taking various classes as I am able.
Visual Arts: Murals, Painting
Cheerie Joy grew up an Indiana girl watching her family of talented artists create masterpieces. Cheerie has always been drawn to spaces and has the ability to visualize beautiful works of art. She attended Herron School of Art and Design and has been leaving her mark all across Indiana ever since. Cheerie worked for four years as and art instructor at Mimosa and a Masterpiece. She also mentors young adults through the Art with a Heart program. She is a member of Next Stop Beech Grove and Reconnecting Our Waterways (ROW) committees.
Cheerie specializes in large-scale murals and custom designs each piece to fit into the configurations of a specific location. Her styles relate to photorealism, surrealism, and impressionism. She draws on the ocean for inspiration; the feeling it give her is what she tries to portray in of her paintings. Cheerie has been blessed to have her art in hundreds of homes, many private and corporate collections, and over 30 public places. Her proudest murals are at St. Francis Hospital in the pediatric area and the Ray Skillman carousel. Cheerie believes that, through, art, one can truly get to know the beauty that lies in each and every one of us. With her art, Cheerie would like to give back to the community, help youth find their path, and beautify Indiana.
Discover you. Find your passion, life purpose, and take action.
Visual Arts: Crafts, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Works on paper
Im a talented, smart and beautiful young woman who attended the University of Connecticut to play college basketball and receive a FINE ARTS degree in photography from 2005 until 2010. I traveled to Indianapolis in the fall of 2010 to start fresh. To live my life my way for the first time. I am a young woman who is simple yet complex enough to confuse the world and myself, or maybe just myself. Art to me is everything. My art is my form of communication. I am able to communicate things that I cannot place into words. My art is about the battle on the inside. The push and pull of my thoughts, intincts, and emotions. I bare my heart and soul into pieces whether they are playful or dark and twisted. I have a constant battle of worth. All of my life I have been trying to earn my worth in things I do and accomplish. Worth in titles and certificates that honestly you dont remember. So wrapped up in being good you lose the simplicity of just being you. I strove for perfection but learned the hard way that does not exist. Perfection only brings you face to face with death. Then you have a choice to say “I DO” to satan or realize you can turn around and chose a different path. Luckily I woke up from a hell and chose life. You might ask yourself, ” why is she telling me all of this?” Because I real. I am human. And that is what my art is about. Its real. Its in your face. Not everyone will like it, but to be honest I dont care. A good or bad reaction is a positive in my book because I want my auidence to feel. To just feel. We live in a society where feelings are put last and feelings are a sign of weakness. That if you cry you are less of a man or if you voice your opinion you are too much. That if you listen to your heart you won’t be successful, or if you dont have a such and such job you are worth nothing. Screw that! We are a people of feelings and emotions. You people that are running away from your feelings, i feel sorry for you. Yes you will feel pain but that does not measure up to the experience of joy and happiness. I don’t create artwork for others approval anymore except for my own. Im learning I will be misunderstood, talked about, degrated, praised, overlooked, criticized, and critiqued. BUT I please myself and that is I want. My only intention is to communicate my insides so I can stay alive. To balance the internal with the exterior. Art is everything. Everything is art. Cassie Kerns a.k.a CASSINOVA
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: Graphic Arts, Mixed Media, Painting
Cagney King • ARTIST STATEMENT:The images and visions come often and burn within me until released with a passion of line, colour and texture. This passion was ignited deep within me early in my life. The free flowing drawings and explosions of primary colours of my youth led to an exploration of my inner creative self that continues today. Art is my statement, my existence, my breath and my mark on this world. My current work is taking me on a journey of textures, poetry and loose palettes. I am working to bridge the gap between science and art to try and understand human nature as I see it in the windows that are my eyes. Abstract expressionism leads to contemporary expression. See me in this moment, because I will emerge in the next. Take the time to know me in both moments.
I have been a student of Art since I was able to consistently hold a pencil. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia; my grandparents were instrumental in encouraging me, and pushing me, to always pursue my dreams, and do my best. I continued to study art and journalism through high school, with Art as my major course of study.
I studied formally at Ball State University while working to obtain a Bachelors of Science in Telecommunications. I then continued to study independently, albeit informally, at the John Herron School of Art – Indianapolis, Indiana.
My work is an exploration in bridging the parallels of science, mathematics, and structural engineering with that of nature and human life and strife. I work to express these parallels and thoughts and their reoccurrences in nature and life with mixed media, textures and loose palettes that invite the viewer into the painting and encourage thoughts and emotions on a whole new level. I work to draw people into my work, but then to also cause them to step back and take in the whole image and contemplate the meaning and intent. My work encompasses this push and pull with mediums and textures that take me on a journey of discovery with each painting. I may have an idea for the start, but the journey is a path determined both by my desire t
Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Mixed Media, Painting, Works on paper
I am an abstract artist living in Indianapolis. I started painting about 10 years ago, though it has been a lifelong passion. For a short period I studied under private instruction, then became interested in Abstract and Mixed Media.
I have won awards from The National Abstract Show at Garfield Park and from the SALI Members Show. My artwork in both private and corporate settings.
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.
Graphic Arts; Literary Arts; Performing Arts: Music, Storytelling
Devon Kondaki is an author/illustrator of picture books.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Sculpture, Textiles
It was my great grandmother’s quilts that first inspired me to make things. I remember when my grandmother pulled the quilts from her closet and showed a then 7-year -old me. Looking at those quilts made me want to create. I loved all the patterns and uneven stitches she had made. It brought her to life for me in a way that was different from my grandmother’s stories about her. The quilts were pieces of history that she had sewn that held actual fragments of her life. As I grew older,
Over time, I came to the conclusion that I did not need to make the same kind of functional quilts that my great grandmother had made. I could tell a story in a different way. It made sense to me that the vehicle for her expression was functional. It was part of her Appalachian roots. I wanted to tell a story about my time, my world. addressing a less tangible albeit important need, to create an expression of an interior world. I wanted to do it by employing techniques considered feminine arts such as quilting, embroidery, and weaving and I wanted to use overlooked materials. In my life, I do not need to make functional objects for everyday use like my great grandmother did. I wanted to create a sense of beauty, a sense of wonder out of the things that surround me which are usually found or discarded. I am attracted by the time-worn history they contain and changing my relationship to often mass-produced items by giving them a new context.
Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Jewelry, Media and Visual Communications, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting; Chalk Art
I am a visual artist working in collage, acrylics, and digital media.
I have a passion for public art and finding ways to bring art and community together.
2018 Johnson County Community Foundation Muralist
2018 Art Collective Director
2017/2018 Indianapolis Art Council High Art billboard artist
2017 Indy Do Day #Itsmycity Chalk Art Muralist
2017 Traffic Signal Box Muralist
Visual Arts: Painting, Photography; Pastels and charcoal
A lifetime resident of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, except for a 13-year sojourn to Michigan, I only realized the joy of painting and creating art works as a mature adult. As I was planning for my early retirement, I started some art lessons and quickly found I was immersed. When I joined the ranks of retired persons and could devote more time to painting, I found that while occupied with my new passion, everyday cares disappeared and ills of the heart were diminished.
Black/African American; Ethnic Art; Political Artist; Visual Arts: Jewelry, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting
I am a self taught artist. I feel it is important to express myself through art about racial injustices. I want to create art to show beauty in people and in life around us. Im always learning and growing and trying to express how I feel and what I see throgh my art.
Visual Arts: Painting
I m amateur artist basically works in Indian paintings but would love to paint new kinds. I m having a good hand in oil paintings.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting
Anastasia Maroney is a professional artist working within a wide variety of media. She holds a B.A. in Fine Art from Indiana University and a M.S. in Art Education from the University of Tennessee. She is also a fully credentialed Art teacher in the state of Indiana. Anastasia is inspired by the intricacies of life around her – from the simple forms that present themselves every day, like the fruit her children eat for snack, to the flowers growing outside her studio windows and on to more complex topics such as the state of American culture, religion, relationships, and personal struggles. There are so many opportunities to recognize beauty in God’s creation, whether it be through music, movement, or the visual cues that surround us everywhere.
After growing up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Anastasia attended art school at Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne. Soon thereafter, she moved south to attend graduate school at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. A marriage and graduation led her to California, Georgia, Nevada, and then back to Indiana, all in a period of seven years. During those years, Anastasia taught high school and middle school art, all while trying to find time to create work on her own. After being blessed with her first two babies, she stopped teaching professionally to serve in a volunteer capacity while raising her children. Seven years later, she and her husband were blessed with two more children, and she continued to find small pockets of time to create art. After another professional year in the classroom, she decided to venture out as a professional artist full-time. Since then, Anastasia has been working to create a professional body of work, and has been instructing students in her home studio while exploring venues for exhibiting and selling her work.
Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Textiles, Works on paper
Anna Marisa Martinez graduated with a BFA in painting from the Herron School of Art and Design in 2013. She currently works as a Visual Merchandiser, set stylist, and fashion display designer. Additionally, she maintains a studio practice at the Circle City Industrial Complex.
In her work, the process of deconstructing an image and taking it out of its original context, makes the new image something that the viewer can critique. She does not believe that an image is a perfect reflection of reality.
Anna primarily works in collage. Her work has been exhibited nationally and in print.
Media; Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Film, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Visual Arts Instructor
As a freelance photographer and artist, Mary McClung focuses on America’s food culture and the social bonds found in making and sharing of food.
McClung has been a fine artist and commercial photographer for over 20 years. Her practice includes all photographic media including film, digital photo and video, and alternative processes such as cyanotype and wet collodion processes.
Her fine art media includes multi-media work, encaustics, and oil, acrylic and watercolor painting.
Mary graduated with highest distinction (summa cum laude) with a BFA in Photography from Herron School of Art + Design, Indiana University.
Literary Arts; Performing Arts: Theatre; Visual Arts: Crafts, Earthworks, Film, Jewelry, Murals, Painting, Visual Arts Instructor; Behavioral Arts Facilitator
I utilize my artistic gifts to encourage self expression with K-12 students. I facilitate behavioral art with others who are recovering from traumatic experiences, and those in criminal diversion programs.
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.
Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting
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Artist of Color; Black/African American; Graphic Arts; Visual Arts: Graphic Arts, Illustration, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Photography, Works on paper
Amiah Mims is an ever-growing designer, painter, illustrator and photographer. She is a 2015 graduate of Kent State University where she majored in Visual Communication Design and minored in Photo Illustration. She is also a retired KSU collegiate level gymnast.
Though she currently works as a Graphic Designer for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, she still seeks opportunities to feed her inner organic artist. Over the years, she has taken on multiple freelance projects–from sketches to portrait paintings to large murals, donated art pieces to charity auctions and has participated in a few showcases. To date, her career highlights include the Welcome Race Fans project (2019), the BLM Boarded Window Mural project (2020) and the BLM Street Mural project. Her style is her own and it, along with her medium, varies depending on her mood or the content of the work.
Reading is her favorite pastime, along with singing in the shower. Sometimes in public, but mostly in the shower.
Visual Arts: Crafts, Mixed Media, Painting, Works on paper; @marymindiolaart
Mary was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She is the fourth daughter of a marriage between an US citizen and a Venezuelan national.
In 2000, Mary moved to Indianapolis IN., searching for broader artistic opportunities. She started accepting commissioned work by painting pet portraits. While working on commissioned pieces Mary developed an interest and liking for pet portraits.
Looking to transform her work into something more meaningful and different, Mary started to use pieces of paper from magazines left behind by her daughter. The desire to use and recycle materials she had at hand worked perfectly and a new medium turned into a passion.
This technique uses only glue, scissors, and lots and lots of magazines. No paint is involved here. This method has also greatly sparked her interest into recycled art work, conservation, and humankind effect on nature.
Artist of Color; Visual Arts: Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture; Abstract
Judy Mintze is an Indiana based artist – an abstract painter – in love with color, shape and textures. Her concentration is contemporary abstract painting and mixed media works on canvas. Judy is experienced in collaborating with interior designers and private individuals to place existing and create commissioned artworks.
Call today to set up a studio visit at 317-294-7839
Commissioned art: large-scale painting. Contemporary abstract painting and mixed media art. Collaboration with interior designers to place existing and create custom commissioned artworks.
Visual Arts: Constructions/Collage, Crafts, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Murals, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles
I grew up in a toxic environment where my role models were my abusive, alcoholic parents, and my heroin-addicted brother. Most nights were filled with arguments, screaming, and violence. My only escape was through my art. My safe haven was a locked door, calming music, and a brush. I truly believe that art is the reason I was able to avoid being sucked into this toxic environment, and for this reason, I can write this letter today. I owe my life to art. It was, and always will be, my therapy. I was able to block out the yelling and create new worlds and environments to thrive in. This is where my passion radiates. I want to show the world just how powerful art can be, and how it can heal people mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
I want to help people. My career goal is to work in a hospital or hospice with children. I want to help give them the childhood they are missing because they are sick. I empathize with them. I had to grow up way too fast in my environment and that just sucks. I want to help improve their quality of life, even if it is for a short while. It is worth it to know you made a difference in someone’s life, for an hour a day, twice a week. They could forget they were sick for a bit and just be a kid, and I want to be that person for them. I am an extremely dedicated, devoted, and passionate individual. I know I can make a difference if I am given the opportunity to learn, create, and conquer in this program. All I need is a platform to shine.
Katrina J. Murray
Visual Arts: Ceramics, Graphic Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture, Works on paper
Collections and exhibits of note:
Eskenazi Health, IU Health Neuroscience Center, Community North Hospital, Indiana Humanities, Palomino Restaurant.
2016 & 2014 Art from the Heartland, Biennial, Indianapolis Art Center, Jurors: Mindy Taylor Ross and Sarah Urist Green, Indianapolis, IN
2018 Ceramics Residency with Julie Edwards a Rhode Island School of Art and Design graduate, Indianapolis, IN
2017 Award of Excellence – 119th Annual Exhibition by Richmond and Area Artists, Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN
2012-to 2015 Painting Instructor, Herron School of Art & Design, CLP, Indianapolis, IN
2014 Speaker, SOFAexpo for Codaworx, Topic: IU Health Neuroscience Public Art Installation, Chicago, IL 2011
2011 Artist Assistant, Expedition Bogota-Indianapolis, Danielle Riede and Alberto Baraya, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA)
2011 Attended the Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy,
2011 International Experience Scholarship, Study abroad, Italy
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