“With my brushstrokes, I hope to take the viewer to a special place: the quiet reflection of a special moment in time.”
“For me, art is an expression in unconscious thought of my love for nature. The colors and energy of the outdoors create in me a need to capture those qualities in a more permanent way. I especially love serene landscapes and try to simplify them to highlight that serenity.” Millie Gosch
Ms. Gosch has painted since she was a child. She pursued her passion in art studies at Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Art History. Later she returned to her native Georgia and settled in the Atlanta area where she studied Studio Painting at the Atlanta College of Art. After a successful career in the decorative arts, Ms. Gosch returned to her first love of fine arts.
A native of Newnan, Georgia, Millie finds the lowlands and rural fields in the area, as well as the marshes and waters of coastal Georgia, inspiration for her landscape paintings which she loves to paint “en plein air”.
Millie has won numerous awards in juried competitions, among them American Impressionist Society (AIS) National Shows. She has recently achieved Signature Status in the AIS. In 2013, she was a finalist in the American Women Artists Associate Member Competition. In 2012 she was in the Women Painters of the Southeast show and placed second in the Southeastern Plein Air Invitational. Millie has been featured in Art Collector Magazine. Recently, her work was featured in the Southern Living Idea House in Senoia, Georgia. Her paintings hang in numerous private collections.