Myreen Moore Nicholson 
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Re: “How It Was

Not too long before his death I spotted Arthur Ashe checking out books at the library where i worked in Norfolk. Doing research on his problem, out of town, I guessed. So sculptor Paul Pasquale did the right thing, showing him with the book held aloft, and, the tennis racket. Now we have other black tennis champions. But then, it was so new. Tennis was not considered a Black man's sport. Not to be seen at the country clubs. He was totally abused by this cruel twist to his life, I could feel the knife under my own ribs...

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Posted by Myreen Moore Nicholson on 05/28/2018 at 4:27 AM

Re: “Misplaced Masterpieces

Many schools do have lockable glass display cases. These could be used with a fair amount of safely. Art insurance is not costly. I was a certified art teacher for the City of Norfolk and Museums lent me work for placement in school displays. I helped with the Alex B. Jackson retrospective exhibit at ODU this summer of 2015, published an article on him in 2007, and am writing a book. Any memories or pictures are appreciated. Myreen

Myreen Moore Nicholson, artist, Art Appraiser, Norfolk, VA

Posted by Myreen Moore Nicholson on 01/01/2016 at 2:42 AM

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