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Artists and authors at Flowers on Main

By From page B3 | March 14, 2014

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000039_00006]Flowers on Main, 318 Main St. in Placerville, will be highlighting watercolorist Teri Meyer and local author and artist Michelle Salazar Flood during Third Saturday Art Walk on March 15 from 5-9 p.m.

Meyer, an artist for more than 30 years, exhibits her art locally and has received special mention at the El Dorado County Fair and at Placerville and Folsom art association shows.

For many years she has participated in the Banners on Parade program sponsored by the Placerville Downtown Association. Her paintings can also be seen in the Emergency Room at Marshall Medical Center in Placerville.

Meyer’s art comes from her heart and her love of animals and nature. She especially loves to paint wild flowers and horses. Several of the horses she has owned over the years show up frequently in her artwork.

Flood, an artist who previously owned Red Door Gallery and was a features writer for the Mountain Democrat, has published her first novel, “Years of Silence,” with fellow artist, writer and psychoanalyst Douglas Puccini of Switzerland.

The novel spans a 40-year period and is set in California, including the Gold Country, and Europe.

Flood will have copies of her book available for purchase and cards of artwork from the book. She will also be exhibiting her art at Flowers on Main.

For more information call 530-622-1121.

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