Robert Daughters was born in 1929. During a 1953 visit to Taos, Daughters discovered the beauty and light of the area. He and his family made their move to Santa Fe in 1970, then to Taos in 1972.
“A tireless, compulsive painter, he has produced countless representations of the Southwest in all of its magnificence. His style is characterized by dark outlines and short discrete brush strokes that catch color and movement of his subjects with vivid flourish. And above all he conveys a sense of the regions brilliant light.”