Millie Gosch is a highly accomplished and collectible artist. Her original oil paintings hang in the corporate offices of Synovus Bank, Bank of America, St Francis hospital, WellStar Health Systems, and Price Waterhouse Coopers, among others. Her work also hangs in many private collections. Millie is a prestigious Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society.
As a Plein Air painter at heart she gets inspiration leaving the four walls of her studio to work in a natural setting. Millie prefers painting from life outdoors, and when not possible a still-life set up in the studio provides the inspiration.
While some artists work from a photograph or memory, plein air artist's work from direct observation to paint in nature, capturing their subject matter in real time. For Millie, this way of working is both her passion and her calling. The studies she paints from life are then used as references to paint a much larger format in the studio. Her goal is to invite viewers into her painting to have their own experience. Her work is known for its vibrant use of color and texture.
The beauty and quality of Millie's work reflects her lifelong appreciation of nature and the outdoors. Growing up in a small Georgia town, Millie developed a deep love for nature in general and particularly the South. As an artist her favorite subjects are Lowcountry and pastoral scenes.
Throughout her life-long artistic journey Millie has drawn inspiration from not only her surroundings but also from the artist's whose work she admires. Granville Redmond, Edgar Payne, George Ennis, and Winslow Homer are some of her favorite American painters. Contemporary favorites include Rodger Dale Brown, Ray Roberts, Kendall Ward, and Anne Blair Brown.