visual journaling graphic by beth marcil
soul collage graphic by beth marcil
threshold by beth marcil
A collage of recent artwork by Beth Marcil
photo of beth marcil sipping tea and sitting on a sofa

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Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Wrap Workshop

Join us for the 2nd annual Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Wrap Workshop on Maui, November 23! I'll have supplies for you to … [Read More...]

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Mixed Media SelfPortrait for Grade 5

Mixed Media Portrait for Grade 5

As a teaching artist for the state of Hawaii, I create arts integrated unit plans for elementary and middle school … [Read More...]

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"Star Of The Sea, Guide Us Home"

Star of the Sea, Guide Us Home

It’s been awhile since I created a piece that stirred my soul so deeply. It was a submission to an exhibit at Viewpoints Gallery on Maui called “Ho’olohe i ke Kai, Listen to the Ocean, February 1 – March 12, 2014. This is a snapshot I took at the gallery; better photo to come. Here’s […]

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Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Wrap Workshop

Join us for the 2nd annual Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Wrap Workshop on Maui, November 23! I’ll have supplies for you to make your own design motifs for stamping and printing unique holiday and all-occasion wrapping papers. Flyer and small supply list below. Bring your friends, bring your kids. This is a fun class for the […]

Visual Journal page "Snowie & Me"

Evolution of a visual journal spread

My visual journal style seems to be evolving. I’m currently altering books instead of starting with a blank sketch book. I know that this is a way of working that is popular with a lot of visual journal artists, but I hadn’t delved into this realm before. I like the way I can reserve words […]

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Eco-Friendly Holiday Wrapping Paper

Making my own wrapping paper for the holidays (or for any occasion) is so much fun, super easy, and is a great way to be an ecologically conscious role model. Think of all the paper and trees we can save if we were all re-using our precious resources instead of tossing them into our landfills. […]