Millie Gosch is an avid plein air painter who paints studies from real life and from these studies she creates her beautiful landscape pieces. An experienced artist, she has worked for over 25 years as a professional artist using oil as her medium and working with a limited palette. Growing up in a small Georgia town, she developed a deep love for the Southland and nature in general. Her favorite subjects are the lowcountry and pastoral scenes. She also paints vibrant still lifes that give viewers a new look at the color and shapes of the everyday things around them. Through her lifelong journey as an artist she has drawn inspiration from Granville Redmond, Edgar Payne, George Pearse Ennis and Winslow Homer. Modern favorites include Roger Dale Brown, Ray Roberts, Ken Dewaard and Anne Blair Brown. Millie loves to pass the joy of painting with others and regularly conducts workshops that teach plein air painting. Her work has been accepted into juried regional and national exhibitions and is regularly selected for private and corporate collections.