Regina Holliday couldn’t have anticipated a year ago that she would spend her days on a ladder, brush in hand, painting images that are both captivating and controversial. But a year ago her husband, Frederick, hadn’t been diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer. He spent years working retail and going to school to become a film studies teacher only to have his dream cut short. He died less than three months after the diagnosis, leaving his wife and two children.
|Regina Holliday works on a building wall, painting her plea for better health care than her late husband received during his illness.|
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