A one-hour film shot on location on Lopez Island, San Juan Islands in Northwest Washington, featuring in-depth interviews with Felicity Green, colleagues, students. friends and family, and residents of Lopez.
For over thirty years Felicity Green has been a prominent and highly respected force in teaching the physical and spiritual benefits of the practice of Yoga, all over the world.
But there is a much more important and compelling story about her life, other than her dedication to Yoga. Hopefully, this story may also serve as positive, powerful allegory for the empowerment of women, of all ages, to realize their full potential.
The film focuses primarily on chronicling her trans-formative path toward spiritual integration through Yoga.
This film chronicles the life and works of sculptor Lee Kelly of Portland Oregon, considered by many to be one of the most important artists to emerge from the Pacific Northwest..
It has been said that Lee Kelly(b. 1932-), of Portland Oregon, is a sculptor’s sculptor. He has had numerous on-man exhibits in the Pacific Northwest and the U.S.
His public works commissions include many very large and important pieces: City of Bend OR, University of OR, to name just a few.
Interviews with collectors and gallery operators, as well as Lee’s very personal and candid discussion, reveal the essence of his persona and creative process. The main focus of the artwork, is the impressively large outdoor fabricated/welded steel forms.
More than a biography, it is an allegory for the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, and how that struggle intensified and enhanced the creative process of Lee Kelly.
This particular release of the film aired on KOPB, Oregon PBS, on August 4, 2000.