March Arts Marathon

THANK YOU to our 15 artists and 126 sponsors who have made our March Arts Marathon 2023 such a success! Together we raised over $10,000 which will help support the legal and living expenses of our asylum families.

A full list of our 2023 participants can be found below. And check out the Virtual Gallery of our 2023 artists here:

Donations are no longer being collected for MAM, but you can donate directly to Bridge to Rutland: Thank you!

Participants (Click each link to view their personalized fundraising page)Sample artwork
AluronThe goal is to share songs, poems, and drawings I’ve done that inspire empathy.
Amarya WeinbergerEvery day in March I will send out a photograph I have taken that day or show some ceramic work I have done. Each day, I will share my creative process with you. Insects are my favorite subject! Hopefully, these updates will brighten up your day and help us welcome springtime to Vermont! Please donate to support this work.
Carol WrightI plan to create a quilted table runner and weave a basket (or two).  I will send details about the process as I go.
Deb RoyI will share examples of my mixed media throughout March.
Dee BortI make handmade greeting cards using a variety of techniques to create backgrounds, images and sentiments. Some days you will see parts of the process and my goal will be to show several finished products. I will be gone on a trip the first few days of March and hope to show some of the subjects that inspire my creations.
Greg EllisI will share my model ship building with donors throughout March. I’m currently working on a model of the Rattlesnake. It’s in its first 3 months of work.
Heather StevensonI will share an example of my paper crafts or mixed media collage each day of March.
Krista JohnstonI will share my mixed media with donors throughout March.
Linda SproehnleI will work on an original oil painting with daily progress, updates, photos and or thoughts.
Lois JohnstoneI will share my work braiding with wool with donors throughout March.
Luis SoteroI am a self-taught artist, living in Nogales, Mexico.  Through my art I seek to paint the stories of the harsh reality of migrants’ journeys as they flee from violence, inequality and poverty and their hope for a better life. I will share my work in oils and acrylics with donors throughout March.
Peggy Lee ShoresI will share my poetry with donors throughout March.
Sue Carey of Marble MeadowsTo help Bridge to Rutland, one wool needle felted bird will be added to the tree each day during the month of March.
Tracey MarshTracey will share her knitting with donors throughout March.
Yura and AsaWe will send a picture every day that is a drawing of something we have imagined and tell you what it is. We are a brother and sister team who love to draw. I (Yura) am 9 and Asa is almost 6. Mostly we like to draw things that we imagine. I like to draw imaginary creatures, plants, and robots. Asa likes to draw trains and design new buildings and cities.