“I work intuitively, my hands are busy, my senses alert, and I carve while I contemplate the great mysteries of the universe as the spirit of the sculpture emerges before my eyes.”
Visit the As So Above and Below page to see videos of the work in progress and learn more about the sculptor, Alvin Felch. You can also check out the As So Above and Below Blog or donate to the cause at the Facebook cause page.
Juliee is currently pursuing a graduate degree at UW Madison in the Environment Resources program at the Gaylord Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies. She is a research assistant in the department of rural sociology working with Pete Nowak PhD on conservation challenges in the Pleasant Valley watershed near Madison, Wisconsin. She is also collaborating with Dr. Hem Singh Gehlot of Radjastan, India on conservation of Blackbuck in the Thar Desert and Indian Tigers in northern India.
Kickapoo Earth Day has support from numerous organizations and individuals throughout the watershed.
Juliee also has a B.S. from Viterbo in Natural Science & Environmental Studies. She will share her thoughts about indigenous struggles to protect the earth and the effects of the globalization project beginning with the rise of neo-liberalism during the Reagan administration and how this has affected community and environment here in the US and abroad.