photo exhibition presented three main subjects of Dustin DeYoe’s
encounters: The Tlingit Tribe Angoon American Indian Series (Alaska,
US), The Wolf, and The Rodeo, images of societies that have been
isolated as outcasts in their respective ways.
A nice crowd was in attendance, friends from Antioch of Calvary Church, the photography world and supporters of the gallery braved the icy roads and sidewalks to check out the exhibit.
DeYoe has made multiple trips to visit the Tlingit Tribe in Alaska to do missionary work, and also photograph the beautiful landscape and it’s people. On one of his last nights in Juneau this year he wrote on his FB page:
“Listening to an eagle in the tree near by, I reflect on my time here,
spending time with Jesus and thanking Him for all He has done.
Phil Salgado and Matthew Thomas
Angela Bee and Tania Stead
Lisa DeYoe (Dustin’s mom) and Kelly Foster
Darryl Hamlet and Dr Joan May T Cordova. Joan was excited to share with me the work she is doing in the community Teacher. Nonviolence Trainer. Oral Historian linking activism to art /
photography / video while telling our stories and working for change. You might be interested in attending Tweeting Revolutions: An Intro to Social Media on April 2 and 9th.
Bruce Hoffsomer and Bob DeYoe (Dad)
Joe Kitchen,Architectural photographer based in New York and Felicia Perretti, Food Photographer based in New York and Philadelphia
Dustin chats with his wife Chrissy and a friend at the opening. Dustin and Chrissy were just married last year and went on an amazing honeymoon in Costa Rica.
My advice to my single friends who always ask me where can I go to meet a decent guy/girl, why not an art gallery opening. Follow my twitter, read Philly Weekly, City Paper etc and definitely head to Old City for First Friday for fun with friends.
E-Moderne Gallerie‘s continued effort to promote art and artists.
An Art demonstration gilded art by Bulgarian artist Vasil Anastasov.
HughE Dillon, Hired Publicity Photographer for media placements – During Covid19 Pause I am showcasing Charities on blog Pro Bono
Animal protection organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Children’s Crisis Treatment Center
Children's Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC) passionately serves the emotional needs of children and families at risk beginning in early childhood.
Teal Butterfly Ovarian Cancer Awareness
Teal Butterfly is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the early signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer by educating the public through community events and social media campaigns
Our Mission Statement: Kelly’s Kidz, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering the community to fund the resources needed to provide children in pediatric hospital settings items for play.
Build Jake’s Place – Creating Inclusive Play Experiences
Jake’s Place is a nationally ranked, award-winning, all-inclusive playground located in Cherry Hill & Delran, NJ. Join our Miracle League @ccnjml Build Jakes Place
Variety-the Children’s Charity of the Delaware Valley would love to be considered for one the 20 spaces that you are donating. Variety works to enrich the lives of children and young adults with disabilities through social, educational, and vocational programs that nurture independence and self-confidence, and prepare them for life.
The National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI)
The National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) is a Philadelphia based nonprofit organization with a 40-year mission to procure and distribute human biospecimens to support biomedical research worldwide.
Steppingstone Scholars Philadelphia
Steppingstone Scholars, working with families and school partners, provides rigorous educational programming and support for talented underserved students in the Philadelphia Region to achieve academic success, opportunity, and a college degree.
Career Wardrobe – Donate & shop
Using clothing to inspire change - donate & shop in Philly, DelCo & Bucks. Open to all
Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show – Nov 2020
The 44th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show is organized and coordinated by Show Chair Robin Blumenfeld Switzenbaum and Show Manager Nancy O’Meara.