March Arts Marathon Participants

Participants (Click each link to view their personalized fundraising page) Mission
Nicola Morris I plan to do a watercolor sketch each day and write a poem.
Julia Chafets Do a little art each day!
Deborah Sigel I’ll be working on a small illustration every day, unless I get swept up in an invention. Come and see what appears.
Nancy Gore Crafting Fabric, Words and other assorted stuff
Axie Noyes A daily dose of writing and a smattering of drawings
Alix Lindenbaum Poems and visual art
Rachel Walker Cogbill A watercolor or a stage in a watercolor each day
Fran Levine Fiber art, mostly rug hooking, possibly using embroidery threads in a painterly manner.
Laura Ruth I will be playing with watercolors, charcoal, pencils or with words or both during the month of March, as a daily practice, and we’ll see where it leads!
Deborah Armstrong I will be bookmaking a monthlong series of dream titles, one for each day.
Janet Van Fleet I’ll be working on a series of small (8-18″) and large (3-5′) wall-hung figures made with found materials in my studio (assuming the pandemic allows me to go there in March…). I’m at home with my grandsons two days a week and do painting projects with them.
Susan Reid Each day I will write either a poem or a fiddle tune.
Karen Abramowitz Any visual media
Susan Sandman I’ll be making art daily, choosing from my favorites — watercolor, graphite, ink and origami paper — and see what happens.
Loring Starr I plan to make small chapbooks—decorated small notebooks filled with favorite poems and quotes; they take several days to make so I’ll throw in the occasional limerick or decorated greeting card.
Vanessa Brown Knitted hats
Amy Ehrlich Drawings and paintings with pen, pencils, and watercolor. Small nature studies, landscapes, and townscapes.
Pam Walker Watercolor paintings or colored pencil drawings.
Kathryn Davis Tiny faux biography
Michiko Oishi I’ll write a Haiku or Tanka (Japanese Poetry) each day in Japanese and English and share it by Email.
Jane Wohl I pledge to write a poem a day for March
Sarah Draney Early spring photos
Sylvia Fagin Paper art ~ collage, watercolor, and more ~
Lynn Wild For each day of March, I plan to write a poem, influenced, inspired by the presence of trees outside my window, my house, on my street, in my city, and around the world.
Orah Moore Each day I will be thinking about what it means to be seeking a new home in a new land. I will create a week by week practice that includes photography and haiku, some days I’ll send you a photo and some days a haiku. I will incorporate drawing with the photos so by the end of each week I create a culminating piece for that week.
Susan Winslow Paper art – collage, cut paper, greeting card, or little book
Caroline Tavelli-Abar Poetry, Photography, Works on Paper
Linn Bower Maybe a Watercolor, maybe a painting, maybe a Haiku, maybe a drawing. It will depend on time and how the spirit moves me.
Margaret Blanchard I will offer a poem plus either a photo or a stained glass image
Ruth Witte My contributions will consist of a potpourri of painting, writing, or any manner of inspiration in any given day! Acrylic painting, Essays and poetry, Artwork that can be done with kids.
R.D. Eno To pick up and polish each day one thought that has dropped on the floor and would otherwise get swept up and thrown away.
Angie Grace Using unidentified antique family photos of my ancestors to imagine my families’ roots through fictional historical writing.
Georgia Landau Drawing and painting
Deb Dwyer An iPad drawing or painting each day
Annie Wattles I will write a poem or a little story or draw or paint a picture. There are other things that might happen and I will send those along too.
David Klein Drawing/painting/poem
Yona Shahar I plan to take a photograph for each day of March, mostly scenes from nature.
Jhuly Alvarez Lopez I will be making drawings and paintings with pen, charcoal pencil and watercolor as well as photos of the Vermont landscape.
Lucie Hobbs-Johnson Custom Diamond Dotz