Henry J. Hauser was given fall honors and interred at Arlington Cemetery April 2015. Henry was Artist Ron Hauser"s Uncle, and Ron visited with him from the time Ron was 6 years old. Henry was wounded at Saint Lo France after landing at Normandy on "D Day Plus One". "Hank" would recall every moment of his service in WWII as a Medic with the 82nd Airborne.
This painting was based on all the details Ron's uncle would go over and over until his passing at 93 years old. Henry was give 2 Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star for being wounded at Saint Lo while assisting another US solder after he was shot by a German sniper. That same sniper shot Henry in the back when a German mortar exploded hitting him in the back in the same place. After 3 months in the Hospital London England he was sent back to action in the "Battle of The Bulge" with the 101st Airborne "The Band of Brothers to the end of the war.
"Romance on the Stone" "McDougle Clan War Cheifton"
The two paintings are the inspiration od Ron's oil paintings, based on the new Scottish time travel TV series, "Outlanders"
Staff Sgt. Reckless “The Little Horse that Could”
To all of the American Heroes and Korean Vets that have been contacting me for the last three years to paint my impression of that unbelievable WAR Horse, SSgt. Reckless. She is now on the canvas and finished. I have placed her right in the thick of the full battle of Vegas Hill top. Orders are already coming in from vets and those who just can’t get enough of this fantastic true WAR HORSE!
After going over and over the stories, photos and seeing the movie "WAR HORSE”, I finally got out my special Horse painting brushes and a large 24X36 canvas.
She started to come alive when I started to paint her in full battle action, bring all the supplies and 75 MM shells up that impregnable hill top to keep the M20’s firing away, along with spooling the communication wire from site to site.
This special painting is dedicated to my love for the heroic service horses along with our founding fathers as well as the patriots that came after them fighting to make and keep this great nation of democracy and freedom alive and well today.
Ron started his artist career in 2001 after being disabled from an accident. Wife, Mary suggested he start painting as therapy to pass the time after being retired from his 40 plus years involved in world class marketing and management for 5 different large international corporations.
With a minor in Art, but not having formal studies in oil painting or drawing, Ron had to reach back into his family’s genetic background. Both his mother & birth father had been artists, and he always had a flair for drawing.
As Ron states “It runs in my family, and I feel that God has given me a special gift late in life to do something good by passing it forward to make a difference.” He is an instructor at the St. Charles Community College teaching Oil Painting, has a traveling Art Gallery exhibit, displaying his works on historical people and moments in time. His abilities to help others are also used by offering to give motivational speaking sessions for different groups.
Ron has been featured in several interviews for television news broadcasts on “Making a Difference”, magazines, festivals and privately sponsored showings. His works of art now hang on walls of museums, and homes in several cities and countries such as Washington D.C., Australia, Japan, Canada and others within the past few years.
He plans to continue using his talent as an artist to help fund children’s special needs programs and other philanthropic organizations.
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