Goler Fine Imported Shoes

Goler Fine Imported Shoes brings 30 years of experience and four generations of fashion savvy to historic Santa Fe. Here you can always find products for your special event and products for the office that stand up to your after-hours pursuits. While glamour and sophistication are given, we also carry products that will keep the spring in your step while you walk the farmers market.

Our cosmopolitan store, on Palace Avenue, just a block east of the plaza, offers men’s, women’s and a sprinkling of children’s shoes that are sharp, colorful, sometimes bold, sometimes whimsical, always thoughtful and cheerfully curated!

Explore our site to learn more about our perks & programs, our top-notch team, store happenings and new arrivals. If you are a creative type and itching to show off your work, read up on Reveal: Art Happenings At Goler. Have a bit more time? Get personal with our founder, Guadalupe Goler; read her latest Just For Kicks [J4K] post and send her your two cents.

 

 

[Celia Fuller-Santos]

 

Celia Luz originates from Brooklyn, NY and grew up around Coney Island. She was introduced to art at a young age by her father, an abstract painter.  She was heavily influenced by Marvel comic books and attended The School of Visual Arts in NYC, where she majored in Cartooning/Illustration.  Though she didn’t pursue comic art, Celia was moved by the first painting class she ever took.  This was the beginning of a 10 year transition that would lead to her becoming a mixed media artist.  

Butterfly

Butterfly

In 2003, Celia left NYC to start a new personal and artistic journey in Santa Fe. As freeing as New Mexico was, personal setbacks brought on a five year creative block. To work through it, she traded her brushes for a camera.  She has since been a self taught photographer, applying what she knows about storytelling, illustration and painting to her creative process; one she calls “painting with photos”.  

Flower

Flower

Celia is currently based in Santa Fe and is represented by Bobby Beals.  She has permanent installations at local restaurants, including Beestro, as well as shows with hotels and galleries, including the Eldorado Hotel and the David Richards Gallery.