Our shop and The Mohawk Gallery are open Monday - Friday, 9A - 5P and Saturday, 9A - 1P.
The Mohawk Gallery hosts "The Sleepless, Small Hours" by Joe Winhusen of small animals, insects, plants, and fungi exposed in nature's secret intimate moments in the nighttime. Public Reception June 3rd, open through July 29th.
Gold Medalist in the 2020 Professional Photographers of America International Photographic Competition.
Steve has photographed wildlife and landscapes for over 25 years mostly in the northern regions of America and Europe. As a self-trained photographer, he has studied under several nationally recognized nature photographers who have helped him creatively and technically. His passion is to capture uncommon wildlife behavior entailing great patience and dedication. Some destinations where he shoots are so remote that they require four to five days travel time, endurance in heavy snow, and protection for both himself and his equipment as temperatures reach minus 50 Fahrenheit. Steve has co-lead workshops in the western U.S. and Alaska and several of his images have been recognized by NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association) and published in the PPA (Professional Photographers Association) Loan Collection. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the U.S. and Greece, is on permanent display in local galleries, and on view at his Pendleton Art Center studio in Cincinnati, Ohio.
I have had the privilege to travel to exceptional and remote locations and photograph the perfect landscape, eye-catching and entertaining animal behavior, or a unique moment in time. My photographs capture the natural world in in a way that most people will not experience in the wild, for example watching the aurora borealis dancing in the sky above the snow covered mountains in the arctic, a grizzly bear running through the waters of a river in Alaska splashing as it tries to catch a salmon, or a mother polar lovingly attend to her three-month old cubs soon after exiting their birthing den. My inspiration springs from my love of the natural world and desire to aid in its preservation. Through my images, I hope to provide the viewer a personal connection with nature and a greater appreciation of, and respect for, the natural world.
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