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Relationship with nature offers gentle, yet powerful insights about ourselves and the world in which we find ourselves. In its unconditional generosity of beauty and message, each and every one of us is invited to lose ourselves in the tiniest, intricate details, and find ourselves in the expansive mysterious Whole.  


The current subjects for my art, writing, and photographs are what I call the "Contemplative Sacred Circles" I discover or co-create with nature. They gently hold the physical and spiritual message of the moment, the wordless conversation between me, nature, and the Creator. I invite you to join the conversation.


Beth grew up in the Appalachian Mountains with hemlocks, streams, and chickadees in her hands. Once an editorial illustrator, Beth has returned to her love of nature and now concentrates on illustrating, photographing, and writing about nature and nature mandalas.


After completing her certification in eco-art therapy, Beth began designing and facilitating a variety of public and private art wellness mandala workshops for organizations, schools, private groups.

Beth holds a BFA in Fine Arts and has received her certification in Eco-Art Therapy through Portland State University (OR), and Project Nature Connect.


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