DOUGLAS — Local photographer Francisco Moreno is displaying some of his work at The Gallery on 10th Street this month.

His display will be available until Sept. 30.

Moreno is a retired city employee of the Douglas Public Library.

“I lived in Douglas for 24 years and moved to Tucson after retiring,” he said. “I graduated from the University of Arizona with a fine arts degree. For me, photography is just another media to create. My last exhibition was in 2020 at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. Due to the pandemic, it was a virtual exhibit and viewed by many countries around the world. This exhibition was called 'Picturing 2020: A Community Reflects.' A picture of this exhibit, titled 'Mardi Gras,' is currently on display at the Douglas Art Gallery.”

Moreno says the exhibit at the Douglas Art Gallery consists of three groups of photos: retrospective, iPhone and the use of a super telephoto lens, creating varied, interesting images.

Moreno’s photos can be viewed at The Gallery Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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