Hubbard is guest artist at Zero Degrees

Professor John Hubbard is the current Zero Degrees Gallery Guest Artist. His current show is “full of many very colorful and beautiful paintings of animals and Upper Peninsula landscapes,” organizers said in an announcement. There will be a meet and greet in the Zero Degrees Gallery at 525 N. Third St. in Marquette, from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday. The public is encouraged to attend, organizers said. Hubbard has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in fine arts. He was an NMU professor of drawing, painting and printmaking from 1969 until his retirement in 2014. He also developed the papermaking facilities at NMU and for eight years was the exhibits coordinator for the Lee Hall Gallery. As a professional artist, he has been in many shows and received many awards. He was awarded two Creative Artists Grants from the Michigan Council for the Arts. He has worked in major collections throughout the United States. Since his retirement from NMU, he has continued to pursue his work at his home in Gwinn where he lives with his wife, Susan. (Courtesy photo)


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