Minn. artist takes home duck stamp prize

Joseph Hautman of Plymouth has won the 2011 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. His acrylic painting will be made into a 2012-2013 federal stamp. This is Hautman's fourth win.
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Joseph Hautman of Plymouth has won the 2011 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. His acrylic painting will be made into a 2012-2013 federal stamp. This is Hautman's fourth win.

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