PITTSBURGH - Sisters Sarah and Susan Wolfe were gunned down in their East Liberty home in February.
Now, artwork is being made to honor the teacher’s aide and child psychiatrist.
“Everyone has their own style and design. It’s cool to see artists pull together,” said Dan Rugh.
Rugh designed and printed T-shirts for an art collection in memory of the sisters called The Wolfepack.
Words spoken by their mother at the funeral are on some of the art.
The art will be sold Friday, May 30 from 6-9 p.m. with proceeds going toward scholarships for Girls Rock Pittsburgh. The Wolfepack Art and Rock Show will include bands.
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