Milly’s life has taken her to many different places across the globe. She was born in India, spent her childhood in Bhutan and worked in Nepal before moving to Norway. In 2003, Milly immigrated to Canada.
Although artistically inclined from a young age, the opportunity to paint came in 2010.Since then she has learnt from other artists and her artistic career is one in progress.
A keen gardener with a deep love for nature and the outdoors, the blooms in Milly’s garden and the places she has visited are the sources of her inspiration. She uses art to express her feelings, and to capture the beauty she sees around her.
She is deeply concerned about the environment and tries in every possible manner to do her best to make a difference by preserving the natural environment. Starting from her backyard; the flowers and plants grown are perennials and native plants which attracts insects, bees and butterflies.
Milly’s willingness to adapt and embrace all of life’s experiences influence her art form. Her painting style will evolve as her craft continues to develop. She is also interested in exploring and working with different mediums.
Milly is a member of Beaux Arts Brampton, Visual Arts Mississauga and Associate Member of Society of Canadian Artists. She has taken part and continues to take part in juried shows and exhibitions
Milly paints predominantly on canvas with acrylic as her chosen medium. She strives to create paintings that capture her own feelings of delight, hoping to make the viewers of her art feel happy and joyful.
She can be found painting on weekends in her studio in Williams Mill Creative Arts Studios in Glen Williams, Georgetown, Ontario.
The opening reception is on Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 5 - 7 PM