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"Nicholas has been an inspiration to me as a parent.  It has been difficult to stay hopeful, but his story allowed me to do so"
Nicholas was featured in a Detroit Free Press article addressing options for adults living with autism.  His artwork was discussed as was the progress he has made. Nicholas and his family provide a variety of presentations to assist families and professionals.
Nick's Art Project has provided several scholarships to families for their children living with a disability.  By supporting the project you provide an opportunity that will open doors of possibility.  You also support Nicholas and his efforts to become a successful micro-enterprise and non-profit organization professional.  Please consider changing a life today by visiting our store or contacting us for a speaking engagement.  Nicholas and his story have inspired others all across the country.  
"Thank you Nicholas.  We used your "Sunrise ~ Sunset" cards for an recent event and we are still getting comments on your beautiful artwork."
Nick's Art Project has provided customized orders for private use, public entities, governmental organizations, and several other non-profit agencies.  Please consider ordering today via our Store page.
"Hummingbird" has been used by us for three different events invitations and thank you cards.  Several of our families have a loved one living with autism so this meant much to them for awareness and also to support others in obtaining needed services. Thank you!  We love Nick's Art Project and what it stands for."
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"Everytime I send one of Nick's Art Project's "Smile" cards I get a call telling me the card made them smile. Thank you!"

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"Our son obtained a scholarship from Nick's Art Project.  He could never attend, put his hands in paint or hear music without covering his ears.  He now enjoys his art and music therapy and we have seen him blossom.  Our thanks to all that support this project"