Maureen Hagen is a local photographer from the Mount Horeb area. She shoots weddings, high school seniors and family portraits year-round on the side as her main job commitment is Signage Coordinator for UW Health. She really enjoys country drives to see the wildlife, especially the whitetail deer. Over the past year, Maureen has shoot this series capturing the life of a whitetail. Maureen drives the same route to capture these images and many times gets pictures of some of the same deer as they each have slightly unique coloring setting them apart. As you will see in the series, deer like to group together in the winter where there are often 20-30 deer found in the fields grazing at any one time. In the spring, you will find the buck’s horns in a fuzzy velvet. In November, the larger bucks are more visible as they are in full rut. You will get to experience the whitetail’s gracefulness and curiosity in this series.
Artwork is on display at the University Hospital in the E5/2 Hospital Entrance. Parking is available in the hospital ramp for a fee.