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Welcome to Joe's Studio.

Scroll down to see what's on the easel this week, or visit the ORIGINALS and PRINT galleries to see some finished paintings and printed reproductions.



September 2022

This painting was recently selected to be in the Birds in Art exhibit at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wassau, WI. At 36" X 60" it is larger than my usual work.

Bald Eagle painting


April 2022

I have been having fun lately doing drawings in pencil and "pen and ink". These drawings are done with pens cut from reeds that I gathered from the marsh. I much prefer them to the metal type.


Rabbit drawing



Drawing of Rocks by Joe Hautman


Drawing of Wood Storks by Joe Hautman




    June 2021

    A painting of bison crossing the Yellowstone River in Montana.

Buffalo painting by Joe Hautman


      Winter 2021

      Over the winter I did a series of small(6X8)songbird portraits. Here are a few:

Joe Hautman cardinal painting Joe Hautman woodpecker painting    
Joe Hautman goldfinch painting Joe Hautman bluebird painting
   


February 2021

This painting is currently on display at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum where it was selected to be included in the 2020 Birds in Art exhibition.

       Goldfinches and
      Antlers



May 2020

Other paintings in the studio:

Seven Pelicans painting


Grand Canyon painting

...and a work in progress:

Cloud and Swallows painting


December 2019

"October River Scene"

Joe Hautman landscape





August 2017

Enough swan stuff....here are some other things I have been working on:

Bluebird and
          Butterfly  Fox kits  

Cardinal pair   "In the Clear" whitetail
          deer   




October, 2016

Don't forget to buy your duck stamp!

2016-17 Federal
          Duck Stamp


March, 2016

I have been working on a swan painting. I am hoping that the lower part will be used as the background of the PSA version of  this year's duck stamp, and the overall painting will likely form the basis of a poster commemorating the appearance of Trumpeter Swans on the Federal Duck stamp.
  March, 2016

I have been working on a swan painting. I am hoping that the lower part will be used as the background of the PSA version of  this year's duck stamp, and the overall painting will likely form the basis of a poster commemorating the appearance of Trumpeter Swans on the Federal Duck stamp.
 
Trumpeter Swan painting.
 
Otherwise, I've been gearing up for the release of the 2016-2017 duck stamp print.


October, 2015

The brothers and I did well in the Federal Duck Stamp contest this year.  I got first place, Bob was second and Jim third!

Here is the winning design, Trumpeter Swans, inspired by the amazing recovery of trumpeter swans over the last couple of decades. Click the image for a time-lapse video of the painting as it was being created.

Trumpeter Swans on the Duck Stamp

 


February, 2015

Some recent paintings...

Monarchs and Blazing Star:
 Monarch painting

"Cedar Waxings"
  Cedar Waxwing painting