The Spectrum Art Gallery in the Tower District of Fresno features monthly exhibitions of local and guests artists. In June 2019 My good Friend Newton Sieden and I will be exhibiting our work. The Exhibit will open with Art Hop Thursday June 6, 2019 from 5 to 8 pm. The Gallery is open evey weekend Thursday to Sunday. The Gallery Hours
Joseph B. Hawkins, Jr.
Photograpy has been a hobby since college but took on new meaning with the arrival of the digital age. In 2001 my first digital camera was a pocket Kodak camera. Discovering the benefits of digital images i quickly progressed to an interchangeable lens system with a Canon EOS 10D in 2004, beginning a long and continuing relationship with Canon. In 2006 I aquired my first copy of Photoshop CS2 and attened my first photo workshop in Yellowstone National Park. It was then that the passion for outdoor and landscaspe photography caught fire! The rest they say is history. On this web site you will find a varied collection of photos from my travels around the county and around the world.
Photo by Newton Seiden
Check out my most recent blog posts below:
Arizona Landscapes Page Arizona is a wonderful gateway to some of the most beautiful desert landscapes if have seen. Lake Powel, the Colorado River carve through the sandstone plateau creating the scenery with rich texture and colors. Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Slot...read more
Fowler Sunrise "Don't leave home without it". Good advise when your daily commute takes you by a beautiful scene on a daily basis. These images were taken from the same locations at different days - even different years. The undeveloped land is in the shadow of the...read more
Sierra Night Sky Star Photography has become a natural extension of landscape photography. A few years ago I wanted to expand my skill in the area of night and start photography but had several failed attempts, due to weather and fires. I conintued to study...read more
Torona Pinnacles by Starlightread more
I took a trip to the Eastern Sierra in search of good light. Made it up to the Ancent Bristlecone Pine Forest for the fist time. Was not alble to reach the far end of the partk due to road closure due to snow.read more