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  • February 09, 2024 11:32 AM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Linda Flowers and Brian Flaherty, WAS-H Gallery Co-Directors

    The February gallery show theme is “Love Is in the Air.”  We asked artists to paint the things they love, going beyond the typical Valentine’s Day expressions and bringing out a broader focus and vibe.

    You’ll see many tender moments, including…

    • The depiction of love between mother and child, an older couple relaxing on a beautiful sunny day, and the love between brothers that is obvious to the observer.
    • Dogs, cats, and even a little frog prince jumped into the show reiterating their impact on our lives.
    • Best friends and grandchildren along with still life paintings adorn our gallery walls for an added spark of love.
    • One gallery wall is dedicated to florals! If you breathe in deep enough, you'll smell the flowers as you stroll through the exhibit.

    Stop by the gallery and see the show. You may even find a special Valentine’s Day gift (for a loved one or yourself!), as several of the paintings in this exhibit are for sale. This show is sure to bring a smile to your face and touch your heart.

    1st Place Winner

    Linda Flowers

    “Brothers...An Unbroken Bond”

    Judges comments: You can feel the emotion in this work! The power of the two brothers embracing is complimented through a softly painted work. The contrast brings out the tactile emotion of the embrace.

    2nd Place Winner

    Adam Zhao

    “Seasoned Tenderness”

    Judge's comments: Very nice impressionistic quality brought about through small brushstroke and the use of color. Images show togetherness complimented with a lighter feeling. Areas of bright white combined with the background boost the lightness of the subjects.

    3rd Place Winner

    Katherine Rodgers

    "Relationship Goals"

    Judge's comments: Lots to take in! Release your eyes, allowing them to move around the composition finding interesting areas of focus.  Notice the different technics used to bring out the feel of fog, rain, and metal chairs. Lose yourself in the painting, let it transport you to a favorite place and time.

    Honorable Mention

    Robin Avery

    "Perfectly Poised"

    Judge's comments: Love the use of negative space to create the cat's image. Focusing on the dark background you see the creation of the cat’s image. Emotions showing through and brought out even more with the use of the light and dark qualities.

    Honorable Mention

    Judith Lutkus

    "I Love...Nature Morte"

    Judge’s comments: Oh the texture! Enjoy the minimalist quality of the composition and the way the objects are painted. Very nice color palette, the combinations of color in addition to the presence of light bring life to the painting.

    Honorable Mention

    Kay Salem

    "Second Thoughts"

    Judge’s comments: Love the painting of all the details in the painting (eyelashes, lace, etc.) Take time to get close and really investigate the nuances. The abstract background compliments the realistic image.

  • January 25, 2024 10:31 AM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Brian Flaherty and Linda Flowers, Gallery Co-directors

    The month of January got off to a strong start at our first Gallery reception on Sunday, January 7. After the entertaining demo by outstanding artist Cheryl Evans, we went downstairs to get our first glimpse of the "Doors" show. There were 45 paintings, submitted by 28 artists. Our judge was Katherine Rodgers who shared her comments with us regarding her top picks. The winners, and the judge's words are shared below.

    First Place - Cheryl Evans

    “Acoma Pueblo - Door to the Ancestors”

    Judge's comments: Embracing a lot of symbolism as doors do! Lots of texture, use of tissue to pull you in asking you to get closer. Stepping back -- you appreciate it, but when you get closer there is so much mark making and detail. The use of pure pigments hit the mark; the blue of the door leading in and repeated on either side, as well as the red above and below. Lots of repeating lines in same direction, faded but there. Your eye bounces around looking for more. Lights mixed with the color, very nice!


    Second Place - Tamara Kontrimas

    "Open Invitation"

    Judge's Comments: Draws your eye due to the size of the canvas. Stepping back, you notice the restraint used in painting shadows and keeping it soft. Yellow brightens as the eye moves toward the door. Lots of texture in the door. I enjoyed the composition, where the door and ceiling are placed. The little rope. The repetition and patterns add to the interest. Wonderful job keeping the colors harmonious and subtle!

    3rd Place - Kay Salem

    "Amara's Door"

    Judge's Comments: Kay did a beautiful job connecting the door and the child. A green split complementary palette links the child’s dress and the door.  Reminiscent of child listening at a parent's door, almost comedic? I enjoy the balance of shadow and bright light, specifically on the doorknob.


    Honorable Mentions

    Fontaine Jacobs

    "Mi Casa"

    Judge's Comments: I liked the pattern happening on both sides, with the center a little offset, and the darker blue value traveling up the painting. Warmth is coming through the stained glass and the reflection off the handles.

    The composition was great, loved the reflections and texture. It makes one curious about what may reside on the other side.

    Glenda Lipp

    "Break on Through to the Other Side"

    Judge's Comments: I liked the composition of the painting and loved the grid pattern across the top. I found it inviting to see the sky poking through.  I Enjoyed the texture and the ink usage, with purples added in the shadows. 

    The dark areas pull your eyes into the painting and then you notice the scattered front.

    Philip Weigand

    "Mission San Jose"

    Judge's Comments: I enjoyed the loose aspect of this painting, it almost has a sketch or illustrative feel. There is a nice composition across the building. It feels like high noon. Makes you wonder how old it is. I loved the loose greens and composition across the top. Draws your eye in then swirls it around the painting.

    Looks like it was done on site, reminiscent of plein air style painting.




  • January 14, 2024 4:05 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Nancy Moody, Volunteer Director

    WAS-H is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers. Not just run by volunteers but enriched by volunteers. Our collective spirit of contributing time, talent and treasure makes our organization an amazing resource for our members and for the community at large. But just as we, the volunteers, enrich our organization, in turn we also are enriched by engaging in the WAS-H community. 

    Where else will you get an insider’s look at how gallery exhibits come together? And how else can you become better acquainted with the teaching artists you admire so much?

    We want you and we need you - as a volunteer. But what you may not realize yet is the enormous reward awaiting you when you join a volunteer team. It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s awesome! 

    Please consider joining one or more of our nine teams. Here’s the link to learn more about them and where you will find my contact information if you want to chat about it: https://watercolorhouston.org/page-1075378

  • January 14, 2024 4:02 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Karen Stopnicki, President

    Dear WAS-H Friends,

    Hello 2024 and Happy New Year! I hope you had a gentle and warm end to last year and are looking forward to a new year, with new activities and new adventures. We have so much planned at WAS-H, so keep some space on your calendar open for joining us this year.

    Our January Paint-In on the 6 with Les McDonald is almost full, so hurry and register if you are interested. The February 3 Paint-In with Alison Hendry teaching textures is now open for registration.

    The January General Meeting on the 7 will feature award winning artist Cheryl Evens. Cheryl is not only an accomplished artist, she also happens to be the Education Director for WAS-H. Following the meeting and demo, we will have the January Gallery Show awards presentation and reception with juror Katherine Rodgers. Come and ring in the New Year with your art family at WAS-H!

    Right around the corner is the deadline to enter the International Watermedia Exhibition (IWE) on January 13. With over $10,000 in awards and acclaimed watercolor artist Vladislav Yeliseyev serving as juror and judge, this is THE year to enter. Read the details prospectus HERE.

    In conjunction with the IWE, we will host a workshop taught by Vlad Yeliseyev. The workshop, Mastering Watercolor, is full, but you can get on the waitlist by registering HERE.

    We have many classes open for registration and will be adding more in February. See our full class list HERE. Registering for a class is a great way to enjoy the camaraderie of other artists and enhance your artistic skills. Our standard events such as Open Studio, Model Lab and Senior Group are continuing in the New Year at full force.

    Every year, Pantone introduces its Color of the Year. Last year it was a rich magenta. This year, it is light peach. To say I have never heard this much controversy about the Color of the Year is an understatement. I’ll be brave and offer my own opinion. While I have no plans to redecorate my home using this year’s color, I like to think of the color as a slice of a beautiful Texas sunset and find the joy in that.

    I want to extend a special thank you to everyone who donated to our Annual Fund. Our organization relies on the generosity of donations to operate, as our membership dues and portion of proceeds from classes and events do not meet our operational needs. It is not lost on me that the support you have offered makes us the wonderful community that we are. Thank you with tremendous gratitude.

    I hope you will join in more activities at WAS-H, and to see you soon. Thank you for being a part of our wonderful arts community!


    Warm Regards,

    Karen Houston Stopnicki

  • December 17, 2023 3:24 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    January 2024 Monthly Paint-In

    Date: Saturday, January 6, 2024

    Time: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

    Instructor:  Les McDonald

    Topic: Fence Field

    Country landscape with a nice wood fence to cross the painting. Simple sky and hills. There will be separation  between background hills and light foreground grasses.

    Limited masking will be used on the fence, so the green grass won’t contaminate the wooden fence.

    January 2024 General Meeting and Demo

    Sunday, January 7, 2024

    Starting at 2 pm

    Gallery Reception will follow.

    Cheryl Evans, WAS-H’s Education Director, popular instructor and Signature-level awards winner, will present the demonstration at the January General Meeting.

    A producing artist and active art educator, Cheryl is passionate about sharing her knowledge in workshops and demonstrations and she exhibits her works worldwide, where they are in public, corporate, and private collections in the United States, Norway, England, Mexico, and Japan.

    Cheryl received her BFA at Stephen F. Austin State University and a Masters of Arts degree from University of Houston Clear Lake. Cheryl spent 32 years teaching in the public school system and was named Art Educator of the Year in 2012 by Texas Art Education Association.

    January 2024 Monthly Show: Doors

    Entry Deadline: Wednesday, January 3 @ 3 pm.

    To view the prospectus, click Here

    To submit your entries, click HERE

    New Member Orientation

    Friday, January 26

    1:00 - 2:00 pm

    New WAS-H members are encouraged to join us for a brief introduction to the organization and all the benefits that come with membership! This session is free, but requires registration.

    Sign up Here

  • December 05, 2023 12:49 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Karen Stopnicki, WAS-H President

    Dear WAS-H Friends,

    As December begins and we are wrapping up 2023, I feel so grateful for our magnificent WAS-H community. We had a full year of classes, meetings, gallery exhibits, major shows, and a wonderful Art Fair. We had a year of more people visiting our gallery, coming to general meetings, taking classes, and becoming members. Really, it has been a full and happy year at WAS-H. And, the good news is, we have even more to look forward to in 2024.

    Our Small Treasures Holiday Show continues through December. The gallery is filled with beautiful art, smaller in scale, and attractively priced. If you want to give the gift of art, this is the best place to shop in Houston. The January Gallery Show is themed “Doors.” The theme is open for your interpretation and certainly doesn’t have to be literal. Check out the prospectus that is already online. Our February Gallery Show theme is Love Is in the Air, which again is open to interpretation to paint anything you love.

    The International Watermedia Exhibition (IWE) is right around the corner! Even though the IWE doesn’t begin until March, the deadline to enter is January 13. This is a world class exhibition, so if you're a serious water media artist, you should enter. Our juror and judge will be Vladislav Yeliseyev. The prospectus and entry can be found on the Café website, HERE.

    In conjunction with the IWE, we will host a 4-day workshop with Vladislav Yeliseyev. Vlad is well known for his breathtaking landscapes featuring natural light variations. If you want to learn more about the relationship of light and color in landscapes and cityscapes using a loose and bold brush style of painting, this is a must-take workshop. Registration will open on December 4 at 10 am. Our last two major workshops sold out in a week, so be sure to register early to secure your seat.

    We have a fantastic slate of classes for early 2024 – January, February and March – now open for registration. Taking a class at WAS-H is a great way to improve your skills, learn new techniques, and meet others who enjoy making art. And members get the benefit of a discount on classes and workshops.

    Keep an eye on our website for information about other upcoming events. We have Paint-Ins, Open Studio, Model Lab and Senior Group, all planned for 2024 with good will.

    If you have already made a donation to our Annual Fund, thank you, thank you, thank you! If haven’t yet and would like to, you can donate online HERE. WAS-H relies on the generous support of members and friends to continue with all the offerings we have.

    My December wishes for you are the following. Stay warm, enjoy your family and friends, have meaning to the holidays you celebrate and blessings for a New Year. I am appreciative to all of you for being a part of WAS-H. I hope to see you soon!

    Warm Regards,

    Karen Houston Stopnicki

  • November 05, 2023 3:25 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Karen Stopnicki, President

    Dear WAS-H Friends,

    I feel so lucky to live in Houston, an area with a wonderful arts scene – and an abundance of arts activities. And I am proud of WAS-H, and all that we have to offer. We have the largest class schedule we have ever presented, with a wide variety of learning opportunities from in-person to online, morning, afternoon and evening, and single day to multiday classes. A monumental thank you goes to Cheryl Evans and Susan Giannantonio, our Education Directors.

    Our General Meeting on Sunday, November 5, begins at 2pm and will feature a fabulous demo by Ellen Orseck, who will show us how she paints underwater figures. Join us -- you will not want to miss this! Our meetings are a great chance to get together with others in the WAS-H community.

    We are looking forward to our Holiday Gallery Show! The opening reception is Sunday, November 5, following our General Meeting and Demo. The show will be up through the end of December and will feature smaller paintings priced to sell, making great gifts for friends, family, or yourself! The sales are cash and carry, meaning you can take your purchase even before the show ends!

    The last Paint-In for the year with Judi Coffey is tomorrow, (Saturday, November 4), and still has a few spots available. Judi is an award-winning abstract artist who paints primarily in acrylics.

    The January Gallery Show theme will be "Doors" and February Gallery Show theme will be "Love Is In the Air", so look for the prospectuses to be available soon. Speaking of shows, the International Watermedia Exhibit is now open for entry, the registration is HERE On Call for Entry.

    We have some key volunteer opportunities, so if you are looking for a way to participate at WAS-H please consider volunteering. Most immediately, we need a Paint-In coordinator for next year, a social media coordinator, and a group of gallery attendants. Please contact Nancy Moody, our Volunteer Director, if you are interested in a meaningful way to volunteer. Her email is volunteer@watercolorhouston.org.

    As I close, I ask you to look for the letter we will be sending to members asking for your support. As a non-profit organization, we depend on you to donate funds to maintain our facility, put on our current programs, and expand with more. Donations are the primary form of revenue each year, followed by membership dues. The bulk of the revenue from our classes support our teaching artists – helping them continue their art practice and share their knowledge. We are grateful to have so much to offer at WAS-H, and we would be thankful for any support you choose to offer. If you like, you can donate online HERE.

    As we enter November, I am sending you my warm wishes from home to home and from heart to heart to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am appreciative to all of you for being a part of WAS-H. I hope to see you soon!

    Warm Regards,

    Karen Stopnicki

  • October 15, 2023 9:56 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    Montrose-based watercolor art community hosts art fair featuring local artists

    (HOUSTON, TX) October 16, 2023 – The much-anticipated Watercolor Art Society – Houston Art Fair makes its triumphant return on October 21, 2023. From 11am to 4pm, immerse yourself in an artful symphony that resonates with the heartbeats of local talent. Local artists, brimming with talent and imagination, are set to display and sell their original artworks, creating a mosaic of inspiration that will captivate both seasoned art aficionados and new enthusiasts alike. 

    Date: Saturday, October 21, 2023  

    Time: 11am to 4pm  

    Location: 1601 W Alabama St, Houston, TX 77006

    Cost: Free, no tickets necessary

    Open to all ages

    Why Attend?

    ·       Support Local Talent: By purchasing their pieces and attending, you're empowering local artists, encouraging them to continue crafting their stories through watermedia art.

    ·       Connect with the Houston Art Community: Whether you're an artist, a lover of art, or someone curious, this is a golden opportunity to mingle, learn, and get inspired.


    For media inquiries and additional details, contact:  

    Kelly Ann Medrano




    About Watercolor Art Society – Houston

     Founded in 1975, the Watercolor Art Society – Houston (WAS-H) is a non-profit organization with over 500 members. For almost 50 years, WAS-H has brought the excitement of watermedia to the greater Houston area with outstanding exhibits, world-class instruction and dedicated community outreach. Year-round opportunities are provided to every level of painter, from novice to seasoned expert. Art lovers are invited to enjoy monthly exhibits in the organization's gallery in the Museum District. WAS-H hosts monthly meetings with demonstrations by known artists; classes and workshops year-round; group painting encounters including Open Studio, Model Lab, Paint-Outs and Paint-Ins. www.watercolorhouston.org.

    WAS-H Art Fair Press Release.pdf

  • October 14, 2023 4:43 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)


    First Place - "Enjoying the Journey" by Linda Southern Vanek

    Judge: I don’t paint abstracts, but I know a good one and this is outstanding. It is very painterly, with the hard to achieve lost and found edges that are more difficult with acrylic paints. I adore the colors together and the tilted line makes it very dynamic.


    Second Place - "The Girl from Avignon" by Alison Hendry

    Judge: I love the composition. The simplicity of it and beautiful details only on the subject’s hair and dress keep her as the focal point. The palette of beautiful soft colors contributes to this excellent painting.

    Third Place - "Fresh cut from the Garden" by Keiko Yasuoka

    Judge: This formal still life has a wonderful composition, and the use of contrast of darks and lights gives a very dynamic feeling. I love the yellow and purple together. 

    Shirley Sterling Award - "Florence Twilight" by Carla Gauthier

    Judge: This is a painting that you can look at and enjoy for a long time. It looks like it was done all at once, without fussing. The detail work is at the focal point, as are the harder edges. The use of lost and found edges is masterful. I love the colors used in this simple color palette.

    President's Award - "Peruvian Penthouse " by Cheryl Evans

    Judge: This showcases a classic watercolor- the beautiful lights against darks and the use of wet-in-wet with dry brush. The simple color palette results in cohesion. The artist planned great shape variation in a nice composition.

    Merit Award - "One in Nine" by Fontaine Jacobs

    Judge: It is bold to attempt a portrait on Yupo and the artist has done a superb job. The proportions are good, even with the looseness of the strokes. Painting on Yupo provides such beautiful textures that are harder to achieve on watercolor paper.

    Honorable Mention - "A Seashell Enthusiast" by Hiep Nguyen

    Judge: The composition and design show dynamic movement. The artists did a beautiful job of capturing what they originally saw. I love the shadow reflections and how it blends into the feet, legs, and arm. The bright warm sunset colors and the darks are supported by a subtle scattering of sparkles.

    Honorable Mention - "Across the River" by Larry Spitzberg

    Judge: This is such a colorful painting with confidently applied strokes. It reminds me of plein air work, done quickly without fiddling with edges or details.

    Honorable Mention - "Harvest" by Tommie Wilson

    Judge: I love the composition. The shapes flow down the page. There is great contrast of darks and whites, with limited details, shown in the roots and leaves.


    "Eigma" by Ruby Allen

    Judge: Love the colors! There are lots of colors, but they are just slightly muted, so the overall effect is not garish. The design keeps your mind imagining. A great abstract.

    "Summers Bounty" by Barbara Hall

    Judge: This has a pleasing composition and color palette. The watercolor technique is great, especially on the cucumbers on the left and simple details, such as asparagus tips. The many little shapes travel in many directions, providing interest.

    "Froggy Evening" by Karen Hamilton

    Judge: This painting made me chuckle. The artist did a good job on painting the details and the muted tones provide cohesiveness, make it easier to enjoy, and avoids a cartoon look.

    "Isabella" by Theresa Fraga

    Judge: The skin tones are lovely, and the hair softens and merges a bit into the background. You can see a touch of the background color in the hair- a nice connection. The drawing is very well done

    "Oxalis Exuberance" by Susan Giannantonio

    Judge: I love the looseness and energy in this painting. The confident large strokes that work down into smaller stokes and details. You can see the build, from the light background to the dark areas that move the viewer through the painting. It’s a wonderful design, with lots of action and several rest areas. 

    "Zentangle Walk Away" by Judi Coffey

    Judge: This is a dramatic composition.  The painting looks like it is bursting. Teal combined with copper and grey is so satisfying. The zentangle drawing over the paint adds interest. Well done.

    "Can I Keep Him?" by Maureen Lewis

    Judge: This painting shows nice drawing ability that is very natural. The color scheme is very nice and works well with the effective use of light. I like that is subject is off center, conveying a story instead of a portrait.

    "Accessorized" by Katherine Rodgers

    Judge: The composition of the girl facing away makes you think of her story rather than just the girl. There is a beautiful sense of light and amazing detail in the focal areas. The scarf is beautifully done.

    "Effervescence" by Ellen Orseck

    Judge: I was attracted to this because of the beautiful shapes and the almost abstract simplicity. The simple palette works beautifully, with touches of warmth in this underwater painting.

    "Gabriella Coloring Dreams" by Kay Salem

    Judge: Beautifully done! This is a very nice drawing, and the colors are gorgeous!

    "Vino" by Maria Rodriguez-Alejo

    Judge: I love the high contrast in this painting. There are sharp details in the wine bottle, but as you move away, the colors merge and there are lovely lost and found edges. The way the colors skip around is wonderful

    "Echo of the David" by Jan Shrader

    Judge: This is a strong drawing and painting. Very nice skin tones. The pen only lower section adds interest.

    "Flowers, Plume, Pearl and Gold" by Daniela Werneck

    Judge: This is beautifully painted. It is a tight composition, but the artist has great control of edges. The little birds, not immediately noticed, was a nice surprise. There are beautiful intricate details everywhere, but my favorite is the light and shadows on her arm.

    "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cathy Schuster

    Judge: I like the great contrast and beautiful composition. The variety of hat shapes, styles, colors make it very interesting. The artist shows lot of confidence in their strokes. Nicely done.

    "Galveston Man O' War" by Nan Wright

    Judge: I really like the techniques in this painting. There is lots of texture, but it is subtle, suggested just enough. I love all those colors in the dark shape of the man-of-war.

    "Dancing Shadows" by Regina West


  • October 14, 2023 4:22 PM | Kelly Medrano (Administrator)

    By Karen Stopnicki, President

    Dear WAS-H Friends,

    Welcome to Fall and October at WAS-H! Fall is my favorite season with a slight dip in temps and the ramp up of activities after summer. Why is Fall so wonderful at WAS-H?

    First of all, the Annual Members Exhibit (AME) is on display the entire month. We kicked off the AME with a delightful demo from juror/judge artist Ken Call, known internationally for his compelling figurative paintings. The awards reception followed, and everyone adjourned downstairs to enjoy the exhibit and the camaraderie of fellow artists and guests. If you haven't sent it yet, be sure to schedule a time before the end of the exhibit. The gallery is open to the public, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am - 3 pm.

    Secondly, the Art Fair is Saturday, October 21, from 11 am - 4 pm. It will be a glorious day, and the parking lot will be full of amazing art, priced to sell. I am planning to be there and hope to see you, too!

    Thirdly (is thirdly a thing?), there are so many classes now available at WAS-H, both in-person and online. Check out our updated Education Calendar, (https://watercolorhouston.org/Classes-and-Workshops). Our Education Directors, Cheryl Evans and Susan Giannantonio are working so hard to bring in a variety of classes to benefit our membership and community interested in taking water-media classes.

    Looking ahead, our November/December Monthly Show is themed Holiday Small Treasures. The smaller paintings make great gifts for family, friends (or yourself)! The Show will open on Sunday, November 5, following our General Meeting and Demo, with an Awards Presentation and Reception. This will be our last meeting and reception for the calendar year.

    Our November Paint-In is open for registration and features abstract acrylic techniques with longtime WAS-H member Judi Coffey.

    Do you know how all these wonderful events happen at WAS-H? We have devoted volunteers contributing time, energy, and frankly love to WAS-H in a wide range of roles from leadership to occasional volunteering. Nancy Moody, our Volunteer Director, is leading a recruitment of volunteers for variety of needs. If you are interested in being a part of our WAS-H volunteer team, please reach out to Nancy at volunteer@watercolorhouston.org. And keep an eye out for her requests for assistance as needs arise.

    I want to thank Kat Rodgers and her tireless group of volunteers for the beautiful Annual Members Exhibit. It is truly a showstopper! Kudos to Diane Trepagnier and her group of volunteers for hosting a lovely reception. And another big thanks to Donna Van Fleet and Mary Klug who made our workshop with Ken Call a great experience.

    I hope to see you at WAS-H soon - we have so much to offer, please stop by!

    Warm Regards,

    Karen Stopnicki

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