Local Photographers’ Work Goes on Display

Jim and Jeannie Miley retired and took up their cameras to capture the beauty of their hometown.

Two local photographers’ work is scheduled to go on display in Old Town.

The exhibition, called “Temecula: A Pictorial Interpretation,” will showcase the work of Jim and Jeannie Miley. It is scheduled for April 15 to May 18 at two locations: the Temecula Public Library and the Merc, a venue on the grounds of the .

The Mileys lived in Temecula for the last 20 years, where they volunteered for the United Way of the Inland Valleys, the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Riverside County, Rotary Club of Murrieta, Kiwanis Club of Temecula-Murrieta, the Temecula Valley Chanber of Commerce and the Temecula Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Jim Miley was a professional photographer for more than 25 years and ran a commercial and wedding photography business, J. Francis Miley Photography. Since he retired, he started exploring the creative side of photography with his wife.

A reception to honor the artists is set for 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 15 at the Merc. It is free and open to the public. The city and the Arts Council of Temecula Valley sponsored the exhibition.

To see a slideshow of the artists’ work click on the photo above.


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