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Meryl Ann Butler is a modern day renaissance woman. A professional artist since 1974, she is also a writer, labyrinth builder, workshop facilitator, traditional drawing and painting instructor, visionary fiber artist and mother of a daughter and seven stepchildren. Articles by and about her have appeared in magazines and newspapers in the U.S. and abroad, and she has been featured in books and on television. She was the creativity expert on the Edgar Cayce New Millennium TV series.

Meryl Ann trained in New York for seven years with Harold R. Stevenson, a student of Norman Rockwell, and subsequently operated her own art school in Louisiana for a decade. Her artwork hangs in collections around the globe, including those of His Holiness, Swami Satchidananda, the Hon. Nelson Mandela, Dr. Caroline Myss, Dr. Barbara King, Dr. Patch Adams, the Association for Research and Enlightenment/Edgar Cayce Foundation in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the University of Peace in Costa Rica.

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