for his impressionistic style,
Robert Daughters creates paintings and serigraphs of uncommon
beauty and energy chronicling the craggy, vibrant landscape of
Northern New Mexico, Arizona and Mexico in colors that arrest
and Sandra Daughters divide their time between two
residence-studios, one located on the sea of Cortez in Mexico
and the other in the Catalina foothills in Tucson. He works on
site and from sketches, studies and photographs.
in 1929, Daughters was raised in ST. Joseph, Missouri. He
attended the Kansas City Art Institute and school of design
where he majored and minored in painting and sculpture.