Welcome to the World Wheel Community
Embracing All Life and the Sacred Wisdom of Earth

New painting by Vijali — 2021`

La Guadalupana, Visionary Presence
“Am I not here, I who am your mother?”



Vijali Dancing with Shuar Children

Vijali Dancing with Amazon Children. Ceremony of Empowerment for Peacemakers
Photo by Catherine Allport


WORLD WHEEL, GLOBAL PEACE THROUGH THE ARTS is an artistic forum for global understanding consisting of environmental stone sculptures, performance events, nature reserves, and wisdom centers circling the globe. By working through the arts with local artists, performers and community, founding director Vijali Hamilton addresses the local community’s personal, spiritual, social, and environmental concerns. The project works toward global peace by developing awareness of community and the notion of world family.

You are invited to listen to a recent (2016) Vijali interview,  explaining the World Wheel Journey on a Santa Fe-based radio show, “Living Jucy,” hosted by Rhea Goodman.

Interview with Rhea Goodman


World Wheel Newsletter

Latest Newsletter:  Earth Day 2020

Dear World Family,
Indeed we are one family striving to live together in our one home –the Earth. Never before have we so clearly experienced how the actions of every person affects our entire planet. My prayer for this day, our global Earth Day, is for all of us to see clearly the interconnection of all life and to always remember this in  our hearts, mind and actions.
Last month I just returned from a time of living with my minstrel Baul family in West Bengal, India. I met the Bauls in 1990, when I first started my World Wheel Project of circling the planet creating environmental stone sculpture and community theater. My first turn of this wheel was to go through 12 countries on the 35th parallel, to establish a world family of peace.  read more…

Photo: Ellchemi Ossario


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Top Banner ~~ Sculpture in Peguche, Andes of Ecuador, by Vijali and community