B. 1937 - Joe Goode is known for his early Pop-Art paintings and sculptures and for many years has worked in a style between abstraction and representation. He works in series with groupings of color field paintings. Joe Goode studied in Los Angeles, California at the Chouinard Art Institute from 1959 to 1961. His first one-man show was held at the Dilexi Gallery, Los Angeles, in 1962. The Pasadena Art Museum, California. His early milk bottle paintings along with work by Ed Rusha, John Baldassari, Billy Al Bengston, Vija Celmins set the tone for a generation of art practice and exploration all over the west coast. He is a long time fishing buddy of Ed Ruscha. Joes' studio burned down in 2006 and he was the receipient of a huge benefit at the Santa Monica Art Museum. A great tribute to his longtime friendship with many other worldwide contemporary artists such as Ruscha and Rauschenberg.
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