Two of Purvis Young’s pieces hang in the waiting area of Camillus House, the Miami homeless shelter, on Nov. 21, 2014. Seated are clients, left to right, Rhonda Dixon, Rhoda Mae Lopez and Antonio Frontela.
Two of Purvis Young’s pieces hang in the waiting area of Camillus House, the Miami homeless shelter, on Nov. 21, 2014. Seated are clients, left to right, Rhonda Dixon, Rhoda Mae Lopez and Antonio Frontela. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Two of Purvis Young’s pieces hang in the waiting area of Camillus House, the Miami homeless shelter, on Nov. 21, 2014. Seated are clients, left to right, Rhonda Dixon, Rhoda Mae Lopez and Antonio Frontela. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Purvis Young’s art finds home in Camillus House

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