Zero Degrees Gallery - Beth Millner Jewelry

Zero Degrees Gallery

I have been the publicity chair at Zero Degrees Gallery in Marquette, Michigan since this past spring.  I am very happy to be able to be a part of the publicity and promotion of other local artists and craftspeople.

I had mainly been working on the facebook page and newsletter until recently when I took over the updating of the website.

The webpage has profiles of many of our artists and photos of their work.  While I am still waiting on everyone's information, the site is really coming together.

The gallery is entirely run by the members of the gallery and we take care of all of the promotion, bookkeeping, display, ordering, and administrations of the gallery.

The largest display of my jewelry locally is at the gallery and it is a wonderful community to be a part of.

Take a look here at  Zero Degrees Gallery!  Soon I will be updating the about page and the text on the home page to reflect more current info.

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