Art show to help kids pay for art classes
SYCAMORE – Nicole “Nikki” Parlette would have turned 27 on Thursday, May 16.
“She had more creative spirit in her little finger than I do in my whole body,” said Susan Edwards, executive director of the Art Attack in Sycamore, where Parlette studied art and later became an art teacher, co-op artist and member of the advisory board.
Parlette’s sudden death on Christmas Day in 2012 stunned her family, friends and fellow artists, many of whom gathered for an art show, fundraiser and tribute at the Art Attack last Thursday. The event raised funds for the new Nikki Fund to grant scholarships to Art Attack students.
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