Zero Degrees Gallery is a cooperative of over forty established and emerging local artists, who exhibit and sell their work through the gallery in downtown Marquette. The gallery features a guest artist each month, and in June, it's John Hubbard.
John has a history of teaching art in various capacities at Northern Michigan University, while also helping to develop the Drawing, Painting and Printmaking concentrations in the Art and Design program.
He's also a professional artist, having displayed his works in over 200 juried exhibitions.
Since his retirement from teaching at NMU in 2014, he's continued his work as an artist, concentrating on painting. His works are now on display at Zero Degrees Gallery.
John joined us by phone, along with Marc Himes of the Zero Degrees Gallery, to speak about his art and the guest artist program: