Millie Gosch

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Gosch - Roundabout-please call for more information
Gosch - Roundabout-please call for more information $4,600.00
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Gosch - Water Journey
Gosch - Water Journey $4,600.00
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Gosch - Harmony Blue
Gosch - Harmony Blue $4,200.00
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Gosch - Sky's Jungle
Gosch - Sky's Jungle $2,800.00
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Gosch - Open Gate
Gosch - Open Gate $900.00
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Gosch - Let Your Light Shine
Gosch - Let Your Light Shine $975.00
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Gosch - Full Moon
Gosch - Full Moon $950.00
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Gosch - Light Shine
Gosch - Light Shine $750.00
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Gosch - Rest
Gosch - Rest Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Lazy Day
Gosch - Lazy Day Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Evening Light
Gosch - Evening Light Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Morning's Beauty
Gosch - Morning's Beauty $1,200.00
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Gosch - The Setting Sun
Gosch - The Setting Sun Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Starry Moonrise
Gosch - Starry Moonrise Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Bold River
Gosch - Bold River $1,800.00
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Gosch - Afternoon Light
Gosch - Afternoon Light Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Autumn Arriving
Gosch - Autumn Arriving Sold - $0.00
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Gosch - Autumn River
Gosch - Autumn River $1,800.00
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Gosch - Southern Serenade
Gosch - Southern Serenade Sold - $0.00
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About the artist

Millie Gosch has been painting all her life.  She is a native Georgian, raised in a classic Southern town just south of Atlanta.  As a child, she always participated in some type of art class or program.  Later, Millie studied oil painting at Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  She later moved back to Georgia where she began a successful decorative arts business painting ceramic tile murals, furniture and floor cloths.  After 15 years, Millie has returned to oil painting and her creativity has found a new outlet in her pursuit of fine art.

Many of Millie’s oils reflect her love of the outdoors.  “For me, art is an expression in unconscious thought of my love of nature,” she says.  “I love the landscape:  simple and serene.  The lowlands and rural fields allow a perfect setting for me to explore my connection with earth.”

Her paintings bring the viewer to a special place:  that moment in time that allows for quiet reflection.

Millie has studied with many notable artists, including Terry Ludwig, Ray Roberts, Roger Dale Brown and Marc Chatov.   She shows actively in local and regional exhibits and has received many accolades for her work.