Words of Wisdom: Rod Goebel

by Matthew Innis |

Remembered as an extremely creative and instinctual painter, Rod Goebel (1946-1993) was a southwestern artist known for his colorful and impressionistic views of New Mexico.  Along with Ron Barsano, Robert Daughters, Walt Gronske, Julian Robles, and Ray Vinella, he was a founding member of the “Taos Six,” a group of artists who, following in the footsteps of…

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